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Exciting new boutique

kalissi picTWO local ladies with extensive experience in the fashion industry have decided to combine their respective talents to open a new ladies fashion boutique, KALISSI, located at 14 Church Street in Enniskillen.

Gillian Monteith and Daphne Gibson are thrilled to be opening their own boutique which will have an eclectic mix of fashion brands for both the young and the more mature customer at affordable prices. They will provide another option for the shopper who is looking for something other than mainstream shopping centre retailers.

They identified the need for a contemporary boutique with a twist for the fashion savvy ladies of Fermanagh and have assembled some exciting new collections which include Salsa (Portugal), Mos Mosh (Copenhagen), Access (Greece), Relish (Italy), Genese (London) and Setre (Istanbul).

Gillian has worked in mainstream fashion retail for over 26 years, the last 18 of which were as area manager for a large fashion outlet where she was responsible for the day to day management of 26 stores.

Daphne’s win as the ‘Sunday Life Cover Girl’ 1990 launched her career as a professional fashion model which led to her working with renowned fashion designers such as Paul Costelloe, John Roche, Vivienne Westwood, and Helen Storey to name but a few.

Specialising in both local and international labels, Kalissi is dedicated to delivering quality statement pieces to your wardrobe that can translate into any occasion. Whether you’re going to a formal occasion or simply going out on the town, everything you need can be found at Kalissi.

This exciting new boutique will open its doors for the first time on Friday 2nd September at 9am.
To celebrate, Kalissi are offering 10% discount throughout the boutique on Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd September from 9am – 5:30pm.

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