Kowtow Summer Pop-Up Sale
27–29 Johnston Street, Collingwood
Get up to 70 per cent off samples, current- and past-season collections at Kowtow’s summer pop-up. The New Zealand label makes minimal clothing using organic materials from ethically grown natural fibres. Runs until Sunday February 4.
Mon to Sat 10am–6pm
Get up to 50 per cent off Zimmermann's feminine, floaty garments during the Australian label's summer sale. You'll find silk blouses; tiered, ruffled dresses and skirts in floral and polka dot patterns; and leather boots among the items steeply discounted.
The luxury womenswear label, which specialises in statement clothing with exaggerated forms crafted from high-end fabrics, is having an online sale with 50 per cent off the 2017 autumn and pre-autumn collections. You’ll find Kim Ellery’s trademark flared and bell-bottomed pants; sculptural blouses; and sunglasses and jewellery discounted steeply.
In-store and online
The Melbourne mens and womenswear label has up to 50 per cent off selected current season clothing, and up to 70 per cent off past season styles. Kloke is known for its minimalist, functional, hard-wearing clothes. The sale features summer-ready cotton tops, pants and dresses, as well as classic jackets and coats that will work across seasons.
Our local purveyor of luxury basics is having a sale on men’s and women’s items, with a further 20 per cent off already-reduced items. Pick up luxe tees and tanks, drawstring shorts, sweaters, denim and shoes. Until stock runs out.
Hunting For George
Homewares and accessories store Hunting For George’s Boxing Day sale is still going; it is offering discounts on a range of items to beautify your house and garden, including planter pots, quilt cover and sheet sets for less than $60, prints, clocks and more.
1080 High Street Armadale and online
Expect up to 50 per cent off spring/summer 2017 and 30 per cent off resort 2017 collections from the Australian label, which is known for its lacy, embellished dresses.
Runs to end of January
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