Celebrating all kinds of creativity, Topshop on Chapel Street is treating shoppers with all sorts of indulgent gifts from local businesses that will be making the store their temporary home. Think manicures, ice cream, designer stationary and fresh flowers after a hard day of shopping.
Miss Fox – Nails
March 2–4, noon–6pm
First off the block is Victoria Fox and her beauty team, who will relocate operations at their popular Little Collins Street Spa to Topshop for three days to manicure the tired hands of customers who spend $150 or more. Showcasing Topshop’s new collection of nail varnish, pick from eight hand-painted custom designs and relax while one of Miss Fox’s nail artists take care of you.
Ricketts Point – Ice Cream
Spending $50 on that dress you’ve been eyeing off just became a little more tempting now that fine food purveyors Ricketts Point are in the picture. With a selection of delicious ice creams, frozen yogurts, gelato and sorbet to chose from, you’d be mad to leave the shop empty-handed, especially since they will only be there for one day.
NoteMaker – Stationery
March 24 & 25
For one weekend in March, renowned Melbourne stationery experts NoteMaker are bringing their beautifully designed stationery (sourced from Paris, Rome, Seoul, London, the US and across Australia) to the Topshop store. Spend $50 or more and pick yourself up a Blog Melbourne Journal, a clever and stylish weekly planner in which you can pencil in the last pop-up shop for the month.
Mr Lincoln – Flowers
Melbourne florists Mr Lincoln will win the hearts of the ladies with their unique approach to floristry. Operating from their Gertrude Street store, Mr Lincoln has become well known and highly sought after for their eco-friendly floral arrangements sourced from locally grown blooms. Visit their pop-up shop after spending $50 at Topshop for a fresh bunch of flowers.
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