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Friday, January 11, 2013

SERIAL ENTREPRENEUR LIZ GAVY OPENS SHOE LOUNGE ON THE ISLAND

Socialite and serial entrepreneur Liz Garvey is having the best of times right now. The very stylish owner of Gavyz  Couture has just extended her business tentacles again. She just opened a new store on the Island, at the Murhis Plaza on Sanusi Fafunwa Street, Victoria Island called 'Shoe Lounge'. 

From the little we could gather she might have gotten a deal with a Brazil based shoe manufacturing company, who does the shoes, sandals etc to her taste. We hear that since she opened the strictly shoe store at the tail end of 2012, the place has become a mecca sort of for shoe collectors, shoe aficionados and the fashion savvy who basically want very good but affordable shoes. We saw a few unknown brands namely Carrano & Arezzo mixed with very well-known brands like Kurt Geiger & Tory Burch inside the well appointed store. 

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We hear she's shut down her Adeniran Ogunsanya, Surulere branch as the place was a drain on resources. Many shop owners we hear complains that the mall has been a sort of disappointment, the customers have not rolled in like expected.  
SHOE LOUNGE



7 comments:

Anonymous said...

This shop looks more classy than the rainbow colours she usually does. She has also closed ikota head office. She probably needs a business manager, popping shops everyday is not necessarily growth if they end up closed.

Anonymous said...

There's always room for improvement and it shows with this one. So one must commend her for this.

Anonymous said...

If you call that classy you and all those who use the word truly don't know the meaning. Plus the way you typed it is obvious you don't know its usage.

Anonymous said...

Nice one. Congratulations!

Anonymous said...

Went to her Ikota branch sometime in april last year, her shop looked like she sells "okrika" clothes...fake-ass polo tees circa 2009 and faker replica everything! I kept wondering why she was relevant! Ditto on the multi colored walls. Let's see how long this one will hold forth before crumbling down - not forecasting doom, but I think she needs to concentrate more on her business than dying-to-belong in the celebrity cliques

Anonymous said...

While on paper it looks like u have a valid point, but in this business climate, its still growth! Plan & execute, but dnt be scared to pack up and move on!

Anonymous said...

its a rend for lagos girls to open branches while they hardly able to maintain one, ts like a competition, they ask u 'how many branches do u have' and am like do u get money from CBN when u have more than one branch and at d end of d day, d whole thing pack up like a pack of yoyo cards, another one i fear for is the one that sells clothes and bags on awolowo road, she has2 shops there, 1 n palms another 1 elsewhere, e take e easy o