Ms Rogers started Miko + Mollie online 18 months ago. The boutique represents her first foray into opening a bricks and mortar store.
She has a steady clientele made up of local and international fashionistas who are eager to snap up her stylish wares.
“Australia has some of the best creative and design talent in the world,” she said.
“My business is international and I am very proud to be getting our design talent out there.”
Ms Courtney is also a proud partner of organisations such as Our Watch, which are working to reduce the rate of violence against women.
“Miko + Mollie is more than a fashion store, it’s an online community that is about empowering and uplifting women,” she says.
“It is a tremendous platform for us to reach thousands of women each and every day and make their lives better.”
Ms Rogers is not the only new addition to the Port’s arts and fashion scene — with the Port Canal Shopping Centre now undergoing a $45 million upgrade.
The main building is to be demolished and rebuilt.
This development will see the number of shops more than double, from 28 to 60.
The entire centre will then re-emerge under the new name of Port Adelaide Plaza.
New art galleries have also recently opened, including Cult & Harper, Fontanelle and Mixed Creative."