Take It Easy Makers Market
27–29 Johnston Street, Collingwood
A collection of Melbourne’s established and emerging designers, artists and crafters are uniting this Easter Saturday for the Take It Easy version of the Makers Market.
Gathering at Magic Johnston in Collingwood, vendors will spread across more than 20 stalls to sell their boutique and handmade products. Neoprene accessory makers Witu will be there selling its backpacks and totes at discounted prices. Other makers such as Mr Draper, Kitiya Palaskas, Peaches and Keen, Tamara Maynes, Gemma Patford, Suku and Homework will also be there. Artworks, homewares, jewellery, accessories, bedding and more will be available.
Torannce Pre-Easter Sale
Emerging Melbourne label Torannce is hosting an online pre-Easter sale this week where 30 per cent off site wide is available for three-days only. Full-price and sale items are included. A range of skirts, shirts, statement harnesses, dresses and blouses, which are produced with quality leather and silk, are available. Enter “EASTER” into the coupon section at checkout to receive the discount. Ends Thursday at midnight.
Tue to Thu
Green with Envy Clearance Sale + Easter Flash Sale
One of Melbourne’s favourite fashion boutiques, Green with Envy, has recently added new items to its online Clearance Sale. Garments by 3.1 Phillip Lim, Acne Studios, Alexander Wang, Bec & Bridge, Carven, Chloe, Christopher Esber, David Koma and Dion Lee, as well as footwear and accessories by Mania Mania, Mara & Mine, Miu Miu, Pamela Love and Tom Binns, feature. There will be up to 70 per cent off selected pieces.
The boutique is also running an Easter Flash Sale until midnight on Monday –if you purchase two or more full-priced items you’ll receive 25 per cent off. Enter the code “EASTER25” at checkout.
Sustainable New Zealand label kowtow, which specialises in certified fair-trade organic clothing, currently has an online sale with up to 30 per cent off. Dresses, shirts, tops, culottes and jackets feature in a variety of neutral tones and subtle prints suitable for everyday wear.
Fresh from its National Design Award triumph at VAMFF, Sydney-born label macgraw is hosting an online sale with up to 70 per cent off an extensive collection, from fancy silk dresses and structured jackets, to simple tanks and everyday sweaters.
Minimal and ethical leather label ST. AGNI has an online sale on its leather clutches. Save up to $80 on a simple yet classic pouch, made with by-product leather from the meat industry. A range of colours is available while stock lasts.
Also offering its bags at sale prices this week is Sydney-based luxury accessories brand Benah. Online a range of styles includes duffels, satchels, bucket bags and pouches discounted by up to 60 per cent. A large selection of colours, including black, khaki, navy, cream, orange, red and blue, is available.
If you’re on the hunt for activewear that transitions well into daywear, check out the online sale at First Base. There’s up to 50 per cent off a collection of sporty tanks, tees, crops, tights and swimwear, as well as slightly dressier shirts, denim numbers and day dresses.
Melbourne activewear label Talbot Avenue has an online sale on tanks, crop tops, leggings, long-sleeve tops, jackets and trackies priced at up to 50 per cent off. A mix of bright, patterned items sits alongside subtler, neutral pieces, so there’s something for everyone.