The Soeur Concept Store
Soeur uses fabrics that are sourced and imported from the best mills in the world. Our designs are designed with you in mind. We are known for having clothes that have style and fit for women from size 8 -16.
We also offer excellent service where you can be personally fitted. We created the label so know what style fits and suits you. At Soeur we are committed to making you look fantastic all year round.. View Latest Line
In both Soeur Design shops you will find an array of original contemporary art works by both renowned and emerging local and international artists. Works are of mixed media including acrylic, oil and charcol. Sculptures in wood, metal and ceramic clay enhance the shop and catch the attention of the discerning art buyer.
Ceramics: Dulcie Draper. Painting by Jody Hope Gibbons.
Garden Decor. Angel By Melissa Brooks
Soeur source from local artists as well as Thailand ,Indonesia and the USA. Visit both our Martinborough and Christchurch shops/galleries to see what is new. Our art is modern ,vibrant and affordable. Many pieces are also sold to expaits living in the UK, Hong Kong and Europe. Soeur features regular art exhibitions throughout the year. Please contact us if you wish to go on the mailing list.
Gifts & Home Decor
Soeur sources unique products from other countries when they travel overseas. They like to have product that is different from other stores. They have visited China, Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, Hong Kong, Japan and America. Each of these countries has offered something different. We have established good contacts which has enabled us to get repeat orders from home base.
Christeena McDonald oil on canvas.
We also have a varied range of jewellery including necklaces, earrings and bracelets. Soeur also has a variety of trendy leather belts made both in Australia and NZ View Gifts & Home Decor
Soeur faces out to a lovely courtyard where one can relax, soak up the atmosphere, shop at your leisure and get personalised service from the Martinborough team
Soeur farewell to Dinny Pearce and welcoming Jane Hadlow