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Pop Up Shop – March 2-8

Hideseekers’ new AW15 collection – ‘Needles & Pins’ has arrived! Drawing reference from the early Punk & New Wave music scene celebrated at CBGBs, NYC, in the late seventies, think Leather, Leopard Print and Snakeskin, with some sexy Cashmere thrown in the mix! To launch the new range we have a Pop Up Shop in Ponsonby Central […]

Relaxed Resort

Fashion Quarterly, Summer 14 issue takes us ‘To the Islands’ with relaxed resort pieces that put you in the holiday mood without sacrificing style.  Featuring our ‘Deep V Peplum’ in Firecracker Red Leather, shop the look at www.hideseekers.com  

Red Carpet Ready

It’s so great to see Hideseeker’s Gamechanger Leather Jacket, FlyGirl Tank & Sweet Spot Leather Shorts featuring in Red Carpet Ready –  the latest Herald on Sunday magazine. Leigh Matheson writes about taking risks with an outfit for the upcoming Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards, this Thursday, November 20th, 2014. “I love this ensemble..which is all […]

Pop Up Shop

For one week only, we’re setting up a pop up shop inside Ponsonby Central with our new Summer ‘Chasing Butterflies’ collection, Made to Measure Leather pieces, and the last of our gorgeous Cashmere sweaters heavily reduced. Open from 10am everyday, eftpos and credit facilities available.  

Soni wears Skin on Skin

Sonia Gray seen here in Hideseekers Skin on Skin leather T. This style has been ever so popular and we’ll be releasing this style in new colours for Spring/Summer range “Chasing Butterflies”.

As Seen in Herald on Sunday

Check out our coveted Bling Ring Crew Neck Sweater, Snapped Beanie & the ever popular Getaway Leather Track Pants, as seen in the Herald on Sunday magazine. Leigh Matheson gives some great tips on caring for delicate fabrics.  

Waiting For You

“If you are not too long, I will wait here for you all my life”. Oscar Wilde. Waiting for You – A collection inspired by the anticipation of a lovers touch. The silky smooth caress of bias cut silk, the intoxicating feeling of skin on skin, and the memories evoked from the lingering trace of […]