DFS Celebrates Newly Renovated T Galleria by DFS, Auckland
JULY 24, 2018 - DFS Group, the world’s leading luxury travel retailer, will celebrate the opening of its newly renovated T Galleria by DFS, Auckland with an event next month, offering customers an exciting, modern retail experience that combines the best of the world’s most famous luxury brands with an expertly curated selection of local products.
Since 1997 T Galleria by DFS, Auckland has been housed within Custom House, an iconic heritage building built in 1889 as a trading house for import and export business. Located in the heart of Auckland’s Central Business District and on the corner of Customs and Albert Streets, T Galleria by DFS, Auckland is situated in a prime location downtown, attracting tourists and local residents alike.
The year-long renovation has carefully preserved historical elements of Custom House whilst modifying the architectural design to breathe exciting new life into the space. A perfect blend of the past and the present, the building boasts a traditional Heritage Walkway where customers can take their time to explore a chronological path that explains the historical significance of the building and maps its transformation from inception to today.
Featuring more than 200 of the world’s most desirable brands across four levels, the store is a one-stop retail paradise that entices customers with its stylish layout and carefully curated collections. It showcases an extensive selection of products across DFS’ five pillars of luxury: Fashion and Accessories, Beauty and Fragrances, Watches and Jewelry, Wines and Spirits and Food and Gifts, with 33 brands available exclusively at T Galleria by DFS, Auckland.
“At DFS, we pride ourselves on providing our traveling customers with the best international and local brands presented within inspiring and inviting environments. The renovated T Galleria by DFS, Auckland is an exciting and unique duty-free shopping experience, right in the heart of the ‘City of Sails’,” said Robert Calzadilla, DFS Group Region President Asia South.