Greener House
57–61 Alexandra Parade, Collingwood
Greener House Nursery is having a warehouse sale where you can find a range of indoor plants from $10. Expect staghorn ferns, devil’s ivy, monsteras, peace lilies, begonias and more. Plus ceramicists Yesha Macdonald and Adele Macer will be selling their handmade wares. Use the front entrance on Alexandra Parade and walk through Nordik Living to get to the warehouse.

Sat July 29, 10am–4pm

Strateas Carlucci
55 Stewart Street, Richmond
This innovative Melbourne label is offering up to 50 per cent off its current season plus samples and archive pieces. Designers Peter Strateas and Mario-Luca Carlucci are known for their menswear tailoring but most recently the duo have blended their classic skills with a Vetements-vibe to create off-kilter street-wear for both men and women.

Fri July 28 4pm–7pm
Sat July 29 10am–5pm
Sun July 30 10am–5pm

St Agni
This Byron Bay-based label is all about high-quality, effortless pieces. The label’s current sale includes up to 50 per cent off linen dresses, pants, suede and leather clutches and bags. Broadsheet readers can get a further 15 per cent off with the code “Broadsheet15”, valid until August 2, 2017. While stocks last.

The Horse
Watch and accessories label The Horse is discounting selected items by up to 50 per cent off. Up for grabs are clean-faced watches and minimalist leather wallets in warm tan and pastel-coloured leathers. Most products are unisex. While stock lasts.

Local label Sister’s autumn/winter 17 collection is on sale. Find easy-to-wear pieces including Merino wool wrap tops and skivvies mixed in with 70s-style velvet jumpsuits, flared pants and a shirred crop top that you’ll be able to debut come spring. While stock lasts.

This multi-brand designer boutique is in Sydney but that doesn’t mean we can’t make the best of its spring/summer collections sale. Find up to 50 per cent off clothing by Dries Van Noten, Haider Ackermann, Lemaire, Issey Miyake, Commes des Garcons Girl, Marques Almeida and more. While stock lasts.

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