Leonard St.
In-store and online.
Melbourne designer Amanda McCarthy is offering between 20 and 50 per cent off past collections and some of its autumn/winter 2017 range. The label launched in 2004 in Melbourne and has since expanded to Adelaide. You can expect McCarthy’s signature storybook-inspired patterned dresses featuring sloths, cats and dogs.

While stocks last.

Gorman
In-store and online.
Lisa Gorman’s label has gone from strength to strength since launching in 1999. Find 20 to 50 per cent off in store, and up to 70 per cent off online. Get organised for next summer and stock up on brightly coloured cotton dresses with patchwork prints, which go well with any of the tassel earrings.

While stocks last.

Naomi Murrell
In-store and online.
Naomi Murrell is offering up to 70 per cent off its minimalist jewellery range. Pieces come in bone, cinnamon, milkshake and mist pastel colours. Our picks are the petal ring, colour-drop studs, or the flamingo stacker ring.

Ends July 16.

Good Studios
In store at Ensemble and online.
Good Studios is offering between 20 and 50 per cent off select items. Anny Duff launched the eco-friendly, ethically minded label in 2012 and has since moved in to Ensemble with designer/maker BB Shoemaker and plant stylist Emma Sadie Thomson. Duff's latest collection, 1.17, is loose yet tailored with pieces in sustainable fabrics such as hemp, linen, wool and denim. V-necks, slips, shirts, T-shirts and shirt dresses come in a muted colour palette, which can all be easily layered.

While stocks last.

Created Range
In-store and online.
Founded by artist and clothing designer Dave Court, this store stocks a curated selection of local street, surf and skate wear. This week you can find T-shirts down to just $30 with up to 50 per cent off select stock. There are discounts on Created Range and Court’s own label, foolsandtrolls, alongside Yeo Haus, Oli and Beyond Killa.

While stocks last.

Twenty Fifty-Two
In store and online.
Get up to 30 per cent off a mix of local and international labels at Twenty Fifty-Two’s basement store. A range of caps and bags, and a variety of menswear, is on offer from Pass~Port, Fucking Awesome, Butter Goods and Come Sundown; alongside Converse and Vans.

While stocks last.

Have You Met Charlie?
In store.
The Regent Arcade store is hosting a clearance sale with select items reduced to $1, $2 and $5. There are almost 40 different labels on offer, including eclectic jewellery and homewares. Hunt for Frida Khalo earrings from Mintcloud; Bjork, Jon Snow, or Amelie illustrations from Andsmile; and Harry Potter-inspired candles from Lilly Tales, including Basilisk Venom and Love Potion scents.

July 20–21, 10am-3pm

Gemma Vendetta
Vendetta is offering Broadsheet readers 25 per cent off for two months with the code: BROADSHEET25
Launched in 2016, this vegan-friendly makeup brand is free from toxic ingredients. Gemma Vendetta has formulated a range that is both kind to the body and environment, from vegan brushes to lipsticks that come in orange-reds, neutrals and deep berry colours.

Discount applicable between July 10 and September 10.

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