Designer stationery, tea and macarons

Christina Re is an Italian-born designer, artist, TV presenter, author and entrepreneur who fell in love with beautiful design at a young age. Best known for her exquisite DIY stationery line, she’s paved the way for many others wanting to run their own custom-made invitation businesses with her products. In more recent years she’s also branched out to designer home wares, luxury, bath and specialty products.

After 15 years she has opened her stylish flagship store, Where A Girl Goes which showcases her finest products, runs workshops and offers a High Tea experience which features French-style macarons and pastel cupcakes guaranteed to satisfy even the most severe of sweet tooths.

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Where a Girl Goes details

Address
Cnr Langridge & Oxford St

Collingwood 3066

Telephone 03 9495 6222

Open Wed - Fri 10.30am - 5pm; Sat 10.30am - 6pm; Sun 10.30am - 5.30pm

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