Kivari, born in a market, opens two more stores

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Australian fashion label Kivari has opened two new retail stores – at Bondi Junction and Burleigh Heads. 

This takes its network of boutiques in major locations to six, with further stores planned as the company expands.

The brand has its roots in a local market in Burleigh. It drew so many followers that the founders decided to develop stylish boutiques.

The Burleigh Heads and Bondi stores will join Kivari’s current locations in Byron Bay, Noosa, Freshwater, and Miranda.

The Bondi Boutique is created to mirror Kivari’s ethos, with neutral tones, organic textures, and natural materials providing a modern and inviting ambience. The new area is located on Level 3 of Westfield Bondi Junction.

Kivari, founded in 2014 by Kirstin-Lee Keysers, offers coastal-inspired designs that merge feminine, elevated trends with craftsmanship. The brand is known for its patterns and contemporary details and it expanded its product lines last year that include swimwear, jewellery and knitwear. 

In addition, the company said it is committed to ethical manufacturing with production partners, prioritising natural or sustainable fibres, and driving its development towards sustainability, circularity, and transparency.

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