FourFour2 – LouLou boutique article Lou Lou Lou’s boutique in St. Kilda’s Southbank was once the most visited boutique in Australia and one of the best known brands in the industry.
Lou Lou was established in 1992 and was located at the corner of St. John’s Avenue and Victoria Street in Southbank.
The shop’s name came from the Lou Lou singer’s mother, who used to dress Lou Lou in her wedding dress.
The Lou Lou shop had a wide range of clothing and accessories including hats, mugs, gloves, scarves and more.
The boutique was closed in April 2017, when owner Joe and Carol Lou moved into the new apartment they were renting in the area.
LouLou was open for business for five months and its opening was celebrated by local and international media.
Lou’s website listed more than 200 items, including clothing, jewellery, jeweller’s rings, and even a new tattoo studio.
Lou had been a favourite with the community since it opened and had become a favourite among locals and tourists alike.
Lou was known for its stylish collection of dresses, shoes and accessories.
Lou lou’s signature mugs were the first to be made by the LouLou brand, with the first made by a designer in 1995.
Lous founder and chief executive, Louise Lou, said she was proud of the store’s “innovative approach to luxury”.
Lou Lou’s new store has been renamed Lou Lou Boutique.
It will now be known as Lou Lou Salon.
Lou said Lou Lou was also excited to be opening a new store on the same property that Lou Lou had lived on for 20 years.
Lou told FourFourSecond she was looking forward to opening a store in the Southbank area and to expanding her boutique to the South of Sydney.
“I’m delighted with the new store,” she said.
Lou has also launched a new website to help promote the shop.
Lou says the Lou’s brand is not only a classic Australian luxury brand but a modern icon and is “dedicated to creating an inclusive and respectful environment for everyone to thrive”.
LouLou has expanded to Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide and is set to open a new branch in Adelaide’s CBD in 2017.
Lou believes the SouthBank area was chosen because it was a location that would have a high turnover of people from the neighbouring towns of South Brisbane, Redfern and St. Andrews.
Lou describes her store as “a place where people from all walks of life can come to relax and be part of a community that cares”.
Lou said the boutique would cater for anyone who wanted to buy or sell items in the store, including a range of jewellery and accessories, which were priced to appeal to the most discerning buyers.
Lou added she was also happy to help the community by giving away a range in exchange for a donation.
Lou is also happy that the store is located close to the St. Kitts and Nevis coast and will be able to provide a safe and fun experience for its patrons.
Lou hopes the shop will be an icon of the community, and the future of the South Bank.
“We want to give the Southbanks residents a place to come and relax, meet and exchange information, and just have a good time,” Lou said.
“It’s our mission to create a place where everyone can enjoy and feel like they belong.”
LouLou’s brand started as a jewellery shop in 1990, and she has been in the business for 20 long years.
Lou Lou has a large selection of jewelled and other designer items, as well as some of the oldest hand-knitted items from Australia.
Lou also said the store was proud to be part-owned by the family who first established the business.
Lou believed the shop’s legacy would live on for generations to come, and said it would be a great place for the community to come together to share a laugh and socialise.
“Our focus is on giving the community a chance to come to the store and share ideas and ideas that will create the next generation of Lou Lou fans,” she explained.
“For us, it’s a place for us to hang out, socialise and meet new people who will always be our customers.
We want to provide the opportunity for them to meet people, share ideas, and learn new things.”
Lou’s shop is set for opening its first store in 2018.
Lou and Carol, along with their staff, have started the process of opening Lou Lou and their new shop in the St Kilda suburb of St Kile.
Lou, who is also a member of the Lou, Lillie, Lou and Carol Foundation, said the St Kitts had always been a great community.
Lou explained the store would be set up in the same building as LouLou Boutique and would cater to people from around the world.
Lou began opening LouLou’s boutique a decade ago, and has since expanded into a large range of