Arida in Potts Point
For lovers of fine things, or simply hunters of that perfect gift for a special someone, Arida has everything you need.
Take a left turn at the iconic El Alamein in Kings Cross, where Darlinghurst Road becomes Macleay Street, and you will eventually come across one of the city’s best kept style secrets – Arida.
Located on the corner of Macleay and Challis Avenue, Arida is an oasis of luxury fashion, homewares and accessories.
A favourite of the city’s most stylish fashionistas and tastemakers, Arida has been ahead of the curve when it comes to fashion’s trends for years.
Stocking some of the most coveted brands for both men and women, including Givenchy, Lanvin, L’Wren Scott, James Perse, Eton shirting and Alexander McQueen.
But what makes Arida truly stand out is their impeccable eye for homewares and gifting – stunningly delicate pieces from India, Asian antiques, handmade candles from Denmark and fine fragrances from French perfume house Etat Libre d’Orange.
Something of an icon, Arida benefits from a team that has over 30 years of experience of international buying of fashion, homewares, design and art. If you’re not sure of what you’re looking for, you’re going to find it here with the help of the team at Arida.
61 Macleay Street
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