ALAS Summer Lovin’ Sale
Local sleepwear label ALAS is currently hosting a site-wide online sale – its ethical and sustainable products are all priced between 30 and 60 per cent off. A range of men’s and women’s garments feature, including organic pajama sets, underwear, boxers, tees, loungewear, dressing gowns and jumpsuits. A small range of ALAS’s women’s slippers are also included. The sale collection is vibrantly coloured and artistically patterned; lots of blues, yellows, pastels, stripes and florals to keep your dream outfits chic.
Personal Archive Sale
PSG Showroom: 128 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
The creatives behind local labels Dress Up, PSG and POMS are coming together this Saturday for a collaborative Personal Archive Sale. A carefully curated collection of vintage, designer, sample and one-off pieces by brands such as Prada, Miu Miu, Dries, Bernhard Wilhelm, Marni, Isabel Marant, Chloe, Junya, Issey Miyake, Comme, Marques Almeida, Georgia Alice and Dress Up will feature. It’s a one-day only event, so make sure to get in while you can. Cash and EFTPOS facilities available.
Fashion boutique MyChameleon is currently hosting an online sale, with up to 50 per cent off a range of Australian designer brands. An extensive collection, including everything from shirts, dresses and everyday basics, to swimwear, footwear and accessories, by labels such as Base Range, Christoper Esber, Dion Lee, Etre Cecile, Hope, Jasmin Shoran Draft No. 17, Le Mont St. Michel, MM6 Maison Margiela, Organic by John Patrick, Prism, Rachel Comey, Tome and 6397 is included.
Monk House Design
102 Lygon Street, Brunswick East, Melbourne
An online and in-store sale is currently underway at Melbourne’s beloved Monk House Design. Alongside its own line, pieces by Kuwaii, Pageant, P.A.M, Verner, Dress Up, Kloke and Thursday Sunday are priced at up to 30 per cent off. For carefully constructed, trans-seasonal garments, this is the sale to visit. While stocks last.
Mon to Fri 11am–6pm
Level 1, 187–193 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
Luxury site Shifting Worlds is reducing the prices on a range of its designer womenswear and accessories online and in-store (at No Order Market). A collection of Issey Miyake’s clothing and bags, Dress Up’s summer basics and Nehera’s structured skirts and dresses are priced at up to 50 per cent off. Stock is limited, so get in while you can.
Mon to Wed 11am–6pm
Thu & Fri 11am–7pm
Fresh off the announcement that its launching a boutique in China, Alice McCALL has further reduced the prices on its current sale line. A selection of McCALL’s signature lace and embroidered jumpsuits, playsuits and dresses are now priced at up to 85 per cent off both in-store and online.
Hunting for George Warehouse Sale
31 Wangaratta Street, Richmond, Melbourne
Furniture-cross-homewares-cross-gift store Hunting for George is opening up its warehouse this weekend for a clearance sale. Up to 80 per cent off floor stock, samples and current-season furniture, bed linen, prints, lighting and accessories will be included. With such a diverse range of products, this is a sale for all to enjoy. Get in early to grab the best buys. Cash and credit cards accepted, no EFTPOS available.
Alice Euphemia’s Personal Best Sale
513 Chapel Street, South Yarra, Melbourne
Don’t forget, local lady Alice Euphemia is entering into the final days of her Personal Best Sale. Currently set up in South Yarra, Miss Euphemia has a collection of garments and accessories that encapsulate “best practice” methods of fashion production (eg. products are up-cycled, profit philanthropic causes, utilise eco-conscious materials, are recycled/vintage, are produced locally and are not mass produced, and utilise organic materials and dyes). The sale offers up to 80 per cent off pieces by Australian labels such as Celeste Tesoriero, Gary Bigeni, Karla Spetic, YEVU, Kowtow, Vege Threads, Tlux, LP33.3, Serpent and the Swan, Alas the Label, Roopa Pemmaraju, f.me apparel, Bhalo. Sale ends this Sunday. Cash and EFTOS facilities available.
Thu & Fri 9am–7pm