Showcase organiser and Dollface Handbag boutique owner Caryn Gorrie.
Showcase organiser and Dollface Handbag boutique owner Caryn Gorrie. Contributed

Showcase heads to Rose City

FIVE creative Brisbane women are set to hit the Rose City this weekend and they are bringing everything from baby bags to sexy bras with them.

The women all run web-based businesses and will bringing their products to the region for the first time this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Organiser and owner of Dollface Handbag boutique Caryn Gorrie said the showcase would carry something for every woman aged 16 to 60.

"We sell handbags, nappy bags, shoes, accessories, homewares, vases, sports wear, lingerie and body products," she said.

Mrs Gorrie said she settled on the idea of coming to the town after discussions with her Warwick-based hairdresser.

"We want to come to Warwick three times a year, to coincide with the Warwick Show, Jumpers and Jazz and the rodeo," Mrs Gorrie said.

"The retail world is suffering a little bit at the moment, so we thought we would be proactive, come out from behind the computer and showcase our new season.

"I am hoping this weekend will go really well and whenever I go to Warwick people are always great and really friendly."

The three-day event will be held at Cafe Jacqui's and will allow shoppers to try on products in air-conditioned comfort from 9am to 4pm.

For those interested in something a little more risque than nappy bags, the women will host an 18+ party on Friday night from 6pm.

The businesses that will be featured at this weekend's showcase are Cheeky Angel, Ruby Olive Jewellery, Lacquerware Homeware, FBL Activewear and Dollface Handbag Boutique on 0413 878 694.



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