27–29 Johnston Street, Collingwood
One of Melbourne’s most experimental and exciting boutiques is having a pop-up sale across three days. Find past-season items and samples from labels including MM6 Maison Margiela, Faustine Steinmetz, Filles A Papa, Anne-Sofie Back, Alex Mullins and Caitlin Price at up to 80 per cent off.
Fri 3 10am–6pm Sat 4 10am–6pm Sun 5 12pm–5pm
181 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
A wide range of Mud’s seconds and discontinued items are on sale at 50 per cent off and more. The company makes minimalist porcelain homewares in pastel colours, such as jade green and bone white. Bookings to view sale items are essential. Call the studio (based in Sydney) between 8.30am and 4.30pm on (02) 9569 8181 to arrange.
Now until Fri November 3
Robert Gordon Pottery
114 Mulcahy Road, Pakenham
Get 30 per cent off all Robert Gordon ceramics at the company’s annual Christmas sale. The long-running family business supplies a wide range of handmade ceramic homewares, tableware and kitchenware for hospitality and retail.
Now until November 9.
Mon to Sat 9am–5pm
Collingwood Indoor-Plant Sale
Greener House, 57–61 Alexandra Parade, Collingwood
Here’s another chance to load up on plants. Greener House nursery is setting up shop in a Collingwood warehouse with heaps of indoor plants. Expect peace lilies, cardboard plants, shell gingers and more.
Sat 4 10am–4pm
Melbourne label Verner is discounting its autumn/winter 17 collection by up to 50 per cent. Standouts from the Naïve Toile collection include classic striped cotton shirts adorned with childlike scribbles, textured vinyl jackets and quilted scarves. While stocks last.
Young Kiwi label Maggie Marilyn has discounts across its second collection. Most pieces are 40 per cent off, including voluminous silk and taffeta dresses, frilled jackets and whimsical skirts. While stocks last.
A small selection of Miss Crabb dresses are up to 50 per cent off over at the online boutique Well Made Clothes. Miss Crabb is a long-running New Zealand label known for its luxurious and easy-to-wear dresses. The very breezy, ankle length Summertime dress as well as the Kate Moss Slip are bound to sell quickly. While stocks last.
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