Mel Harrison with some of the creations available through her website and home-based business.
Mel Harrison with some of the creations available through her website and home-based business.

Global fashions come to town

AUSTRALIAN and international designer labels have now hit the Clarence Valley with local woman Mel Harrison officially launching her online shop and classy showroom boutique ‘OME OMINE’ this week.

Boasting clothing and accessories from well-known designers worldwide, including fashions from CC Skye, Donna Sgro and IGIGI and designs of her own label Kiss Thy Art, Mel said she wanted to bring quirky and unusual labels to the country.

“I have always loved fashion and now I’m bringing international labels and designs from major cities to the country,” she said.

The mother of two has been experimenting on her own designs during the past 12 months to give people all over the world a taste for her individual and trendy styles.

“There is definitely a niche market here in the Valley for people who like to dress well and be individuals because their not going to find anything else like it around here,” she said.

Mel has opened a boutique from her home which showcases the world-class labels worn by celebrities, allowing people to try on the clothing and accessories that can also be viewed online.

“The online store will go worldwide but having a showroom is another notch that I can bring to the local area and give people the opportunity to shop and try things on at their leisure,” she said.

The fashion savvy store caters for both men and women ranging from size six to plus sizes.

The online store can be viewed online at www.omeomine.com or call Mel on 0404 179 108.



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