Founder and CEO Fenny Temangou recently held the official store launch for Luxe Hub with a pop-up shop at Livega House in Eros, an event that attracted Namibian female influencers and other notable names in the fashion and entertainment industry. Temangou believes that “a woman’s physical appearance is essential to making the first impression.”
Temangou started using The Ordinary skincare products five years ago, upon seeing the difference it made on her skin, she started selling the products from the boot of her car. However, with the encouragement from friends and family as well as people asking when she would open a boutique, she decided to merge everything she loves and turn it into Luxe Hub.
Luxe Hub is a Namibian luxury store that acts as the bridge between its local clients and the United States fashion but and skincare products. With a store located in Windhoek’s Southern Industrial area, centre, she brings high quality fashion and authentic skincare products from the USA to Namibia.
Brand ambassador Tjuna Kauapirura says she endorses Luxe Hub because they cater to her style as a young mother and a woman in the corporate space. “There is versatility in their pieces that allows one to be fashionable wherever they go.” She also praises their skincare products, which include The Inkey List and The Ordinary. “I just love the products on my face because it almost feels as though I’ve gone for a facial after I had a treatment,” Kauapirura gushes.
They supply clothing and cosmetic items from popular US brands like Zara, ASOS, Fashion Nova, Calvin Klein and Victoria’s Secret, to name a few. Luxe Hub sells exclusive pieces in orders of three to five per item so the clients can feel unique in their fashion.
Another client, Sherley Kaiyamo, details that she chooses to shop with Luxe Hub because of the unique appeal that she does not get with local shops and they cater to her individual needs. Kaiyamo explains that if there is something she wants, she is able to approach Luxe Hub to source it or something similar. She also appreciates that stock is kept at a minimum. “Perhaps they can look into body shapers or loungewear as part of their next collection,” Kaiyamo suggested.
Luxe Hub speaks to a more mature clientele and their pieces are for the upper market. They cater to working women and their aim is to give women of all demographics the confidence to walk around feeling and looking their very best.