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Kiwi Property Brings Exclusive Streetwear Brand Culture Kings To Sylvia Park

In a groundbreaking move for streetwear fans across New Zealand, Kiwi Property has announced Sylvia Park as the location for the country’s first Culture Kings – a store known globally for its electrifying atmosphere and unparalleled range of brands.

Featuring ranges like Carré, a Parisian streetwear powerhouse, as well as Aaliyah, Saint Morta, Lacoste, Timberland, Vans, Champion, Asics and dozens more, Culture Kings is leading the pack in the ever-changing landscape of moden streetwear.

With Culture Kings stores in Australia and overseas offering in-store DJs, a premium barbershop experience and regular drop-ins from leading athletes, artists and tastemakers, Culture Kings is widely regarded as the pinnacle retailer of the modern streetwear movement. Drake, Justin Bieber, Jaden Smith, Anderson Paak and Denzel Curry are just a few of the notable clientele attracted by Culture Kings’ unique approach to retail.

According to Kiwi Property’s GM Leasing, Aubrey Cheng, landing Culture Kings at Sylvia Park is a huge coup for Kiwi consumers.

“Featuring over 100 exclusive street, sport, and fashion brands from across the globe, Kiwi Property are thrilled to be able to offer the Culture Kings range – and progressive retail experience – to New Zealanders.

“With the streetwear scene becoming increasingly vibrant in New Zealand, the move to bring Culture Kings to Sylvia Park reflects the direction of the market, and allows Kiwis closer access to international brands and trends,” he says.

An aspect of Culture Kings that has contributed to the brand’s hype overseas is the Culture Kings' Barbershop – a high-class, in-store grooming experience that will allow you to leave the store looking and feeling fresh.

“Launching Culture Kings in New Zealand is a really exciting step for us so we can deliver the iconic in-store atmosphere that we're known for to our NZ customers,” says Simon Beard, CEO of Culture Kings. “Our upcoming Sylvia Park location will give New Zealanders an immersive experience unlike anything in the market.”

Culture Kings will be open to Sylvia Park consumers from July 23, 2021.

 

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Kiwi Property (NZX: KPG) is one of the largest listed property companies on the New Zealand Stock Exchange and is a member of the S&P/NZX 20 Index. We’ve been around for over 25 years and proudly own, and manage a significant real estate portfolio, comprising some of New Zealand’s best mixed-use, retail and office buildings. Our objective is to provide investors with a reliable investment in New Zealand property through the ownership and active management of a diversified, high-quality portfolio. S&P Global Ratings has assigned Kiwi Property an issuer credit rating of BBB (stable) and an issue credit rating of BBB+ for each of its fixed rate senior secured bonds. Kiwi Property is the highest rated New Zealand company within CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) and is a member of FTSE4 Good, a series of benchmark and tradable indices for ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) investors. Kiwi Property is licensed under the Real Estate Agents Act 2008. To find out more, visit our website kp.co.nz

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