The Love and Object Pop Up Shop

- Now open for business at Design 55 - 55 Upper Queen Street,  Auckland -



Enjoy a rare opportunity to shop our Vintage and OLYMPIA collections in person, amongst Design 55  founder Vicki Vuleta's stunning collection of interior must haves and immerse yourself in our little world of beautiful items for yourself or your loved ones.

With our plentiful collection of vintage jewels, accessories and more from the likes of Gucci, Balenciaga, Celine and YSL - we've been saving the best 'till last...

A number of pieces are available in-store only, with new arrivals daily - many items are selling out on the day they arrive, so be sure to come and visit us whilst our Pop Up is live before its too late.

Open until Christmas Eve x

Design 55
55 Upper Queen Street
(Find directions here)

Open Hours:
Wednesday to Friday - 11am-5pm
Saturdays - 11am-4pm

We can't wait to meet you soon x

The Launch Event - Key Moments

Last week, we celebrated the launch of our pop up with a VIP shopping night,
with thanks to Perrier Jouet for the libations and Little Wolf Catering for the divine platter.  


Those who have already visited our pop up may have also noticed a shiny accessory that's a little larger than those we usually have in stock...




Within our pop up we feel very fortunate to have what is possibly the rarest rare artefact we have ever had on display - a beautiful piece of history that is worth coming in to view alone.

Car 'two' of the Jaguar XKSS continuation currently sits in the foyer and will remain in store with us for the duration of our pop up.

For those interested in the history lesson, 1957, Jaguar launched the XKSS as a road-going version of the Le Mans-winning D-Type racer.  Jaguar had planned to have 25 manufactured in total, but only 16 were made before the factory was destroyed in a fire.

 In 2017, Jaguar Classic embarked on a special project to create the outstanding 9 cars, exactly to the specifications of the original 1957 model, bar a safer, stronger fuel tank and more modern battery.

Though it is officially car 'two' of the collection on display, it is actually the first one to have been completed.

A perfect marriage of old and new, the Jaguar XKSS has been kindly loaned to us on behalf of Michael Giltrap to Love and Object, in celebration of the Design55 Holiday Pop Up experience.


See you soon, lovers. 



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