A brand-new shop in the New Zealand capital is the brainchild of a young New Zealander, Kameli Grace.
She’s an artist, a social entrepreneur and a social media guru, all in one.
It’s an ambitious project, which has already inspired the launch of a fashion line for the company.
But it has its roots in the life of Kamelis parents, who have run the family business for 30 years.
In 2014, Grace and her husband, John, opened Kameliss Fashion.
Their daughter, a fashion designer, took over.
The business was spun off from the family.
But it’s not just about the business.
I love the people of New Zealand and New Zealanders.””
I’ve got to share my passion with everyone, and it’s that passion that has got me to where I am today.
I love the people of New Zealand and New Zealanders.”
She says that people need to understand that, for the first time in my life, my family is making money and that’s great.
“We’ve been doing this for 30-some years.
I’ve been with this company for over a decade, I’ve got a great team, and we’re a family.”
The business is based in a boutique in Kailua, on the South Island, but it’s also in the heart of the city.
It’s not only the shop that’s being reborn, but the whole concept of the family, with its quirky, colourful and quirky atmosphere.
There are many other businesses and businesses within the brand, but this is the brand Kamelins, she says.
“The reason we do what we do is because we’re proud to be part of a family business.
We’re proud of what we have and we know that we’re part of something big.”
The shop is open for business from 11am-7pm every day.
You can also book a private appointment.