Melbourne-based womenswear brand Permanent Vacation is on a mission to make you feel like you're on one – and you don't have to travel far to chase that feeling. It's popping up at CBD fashion shop No Order Market for just one month.
The brand's future-focused, functional pieces are made from either responsibly-made fabric from Osaka, Japan or rescued deadstock. RMIT fashion graduate Claire Louise Smith launched the label in 2016 after working as a trend forecaster in London and New York for five years.
Permanent Vacation works in projects rather than seasons, and Projects 12 and 14 are both being stocked at the pop-up. Project 12 is no longer available online, so this might be you last chance to get your hands on it.
Permanent Vacation's pop-up at No Order Market is running from November 21 to December 31, 2020. It's open Wednesdays to Saturdays from 12pm–5pm.