NGV Design Store Pop-Up Sale
180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
The NGV is reducing prices on a selection of its cards, posters, books, homewares, fashion accessories and more. For two weeks only, merchandise from past exhibitions, as well as general products, will be discounted. David Shrigley’s Ridiculous Inflatable Swan Thing is included. The sale is in-store only at the NGV Design Store. Cash, EFTPOS and credit-card facilities available.
Grace Boutique’s Surprise Flash Sale
595 Malvern Road, Toorak
Local fashion hub Grace Boutique has announced a last-minute 30-per-cent-off in-store and online flash sale. Clothing by A.P.C, Au Jour Le Jour, Bella Freud, Etre Cecile, Frame, Jonathan Simkhai, MiH Jeans, MSGM, Preen, Rag & Bone, Self-Portrait and the boutique’s self-titled brand, Grace, is available. Jewellery and accessories by Aurelie Bidermann, Sophie Hulme and Miansai feature alongside shoes by Proenza Schouler. The sale will run for four days only. To redeem online, enter “FLASHSALE” at checkout.
Thu, Sat 10am–5.30pm
Homecamp Online Sale
Local camping and outdoor specialist Homecamp is holding its first-ever online sale this week. There’s between 20 and 50 per cent off a range of backpacks and bags; camping supplies and utensils (lanterns, enamelware, pocketknives etc.); gardening tools; blankets and throws; jackets and socks. From May 19 to May 26.
No Order Market
Melbourne’s No Order Market, which houses local fashion hubs Slow Waves and Shifting Worlds, has a number of discounted items in-store and online. Slow Waves has fashion accessories, garments, shoes, jewellery and swimwear on sale for up to 70 per cent off. Note: the sale items are mixed in with the full-priced items in the products section on the website, so you’ll have to hunt out the discounted stuff. Shifting Worlds has a collection of colourful Issey Miyake and knitted Lauren Manoogian garments on sale for up to 60 per cent off. While stock lasts.
Well Made Clothes Online Sale
Ethical online fashion boutique Well Made Clothes has a large range of clothing and footwear on sale. Quality, sustainable products by Nico, Celeste Tesoriero, Alas, Penny Sage, Belmore and Ovna Ovich are discounted to up to 70 per cent off. While you’re shopping, you can gauge how ethical your purchases are via the site’s eight values criteria: handcrafted; environmentally sustainable; locally made; fair labour; minimal waste; vegan; dedicated to gender equality; and supply-chain transparency. While stock lasts.
Popular Australian womenswear label Manning Cartell has added new products to its sales range online and in-store. Its distinctive designer dresses, tailored skirts, blouses, shirts and pants are included. Up to 70 per cent off. While stock lasts.
Thornbury Plant Sale
139 Gooch Street, Thornbury
Another week, another plant sale. This time around, it’s at Thornbury’s Plant B. For its final sale at its Gooch Street location, a selection of plants (fiddle leaf figs, philodendrons, lady palms, Devil’s ivy, monsteras and cacti to name a few) and pots will be on sale at prices between $25 and $95. They always sell out quickly, so get in early. Cash only.
Sat 8am–2pm (or sold out)
Two Buck Books Sale
520 High Street, Northcote
Two Buck Books is celebrating the launch of its new Welcome to Thornbury store with a launch party tonight. Books signed by musician Chet Faker, writer and columnist Benjamin Law, and comedy writer Ryan Shelton will be hidden among the assortment of books, which are on sale for just (you guessed it) $2. All money raised at the event tonight, and over the next three months, will go to the Sudanese Australian Integration Learning Program. Cash only.