POP IN TO POP UP: Lamington Ave will pop-up in Stanthorpe with a range of fashions for all women.
POP IN TO POP UP: Lamington Ave will pop-up in Stanthorpe with a range of fashions for all women. Contributed

Store pops up with fashions

STANTHORPE will soon be given new fashion choices, with the opening of pop-up store, Lamington Ave.

The pop-up shop will open for two days only at the Bonoways Homestead on Wallangarra Rd.

The store, run by multi-fashion award-winner Berris Miller, will only be open for two days, Saturday and Sunday, October 8- 9, from 9am-5pm.

Ms Miller originally established her company with the label Knots Sportswear, which sold Australia wide to fashion retailers and was soon followed by the opening of three retail outlets of her own, one in Noosa and two on the Gold Coast.

The conversion of an old corner store spiked an existing passion in building, renovating and interior design, leading to an expansion of her creative process.

In 2014, Ms Miller was drawn back to the clothing industry and created lamingtonave.com.

Success of the online store was soon followed by the opening of Lamington Ave at 48b Ainsdale St, Chermside West in Brisbane.

Ms Miller's philosophy is to create well made pieces that transcend beyond a season or trend and to provide personalised service for her clients.

Ms Miller commissions Australian manufacturers to produce clothing, homewares and accessories exclusively for Lamington Ave.

LA is a brand for women who want modern, functional, considered design.

The pop-up store comes just in time as well, with the Stanthorpe Cup taking place the following weekend.

The store is full of a number of fashionable options, including clothes for all occasions such as race day, accessories, fragrances and much more.

On both days, complementary styling will be offered for customers.

Champagne and coffee will also be available throughout the day for customers.

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