Mud Australia
80–82 Chapel Street, Marrickville
Get up to 50 per cent off seconds stock at Mud Australia’s studio sale this weekend. Browse handmade tableware, bakeware, lighting and planters that are either imperfectly glazed or come in sample colours, shapes and sizes. Some pieces might also be slightly chipped, hence the discount.

The two-day event will take place at Mud’s production studio, so you can peek into its manufacturing process while you shop. We suggest you get in early for the best buys.

Sat 24 & Sun 25, 9am–3pm

Angus & Celeste
Online
Melbourne ceramics specialists Angus & Celeste are also giving their seconds stock a little love this week with an online clearance of the brand’s imperfect pieces. Hanging planters, pot plants, vases, tableware and jewellery will be heavily discounted. The Jelly Planters are a highlight.

Ends March 30

The Big Fashion Sale
249 Oxford Street, Paddington
The name does not deceive – this sale is big. Really big. More than 10,000 pieces from local and international labels such as Marni, Gary Bigeni, Missoni, First Base, Isabel Marant, Ryder, Studio Elke, Serpent & Swan, Livia Arena, Karla Spetic, Mesop, Yasmin Raquel, Acler, Macgraw, Elissa McGowan, Alexander McQueen, Matteau Swim, East43, Kowtow, Stella McCartney, Thursday Sunday, Benah, Anna Quan, Pfeiffer, House of Cannon, Limb the Label, Third Form, Kenzo, Phillip Lim, Adidas, Lois Hazel, TLuxe, Lucid Label, The Row, Ephemera, Sister Studios, Celine, Rag & Bone, Balenciaga and more will take over Paddington Town Hall for a huge four-day sale. Up to 80 per cent off will be available. Don’t miss this one.

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Thu 22, 9am–8pm
Fri 23 & Sat 24, 9am–6pm
Sun 25, 10am–4pm

Dead Studio
11/108 Dunning Avenue, Rosebery
Athleisure label Dead Studio is clearing out its samples, past-season and current-season stock this week with a three-day warehouse sale. A range of men’s and women’s designs will be on offer at up to 80 per cent off, with prices starting at just $15. Come for tights, crops, tees, hoodies, outerwear, hats, denim and accessories.

Fri 23, 10am–6pm
Sat 24 & Sun 25, 10am–5pm

Yevu
Online
Playful label Yevu – whose collections are handmade in Ghana in collaboration with local tailors and seamstresses – is saying farewell to summer with a “cheeky” storewide 10 per cent discount offer. Treat yourself to one of the label’s bold pieces, which are made with traditional wax-print cotton fabrics from the markets of Accra, Kumasi, Togo and Cote d’Ivoire in West Africa. Men’s and women’s designs are both available and you can expect short-sleeve shirts, flared pants, hooded parkers, shift dresses, oversized jackets, jumpsuits, boilersuits, and more. Our pick: the prawns. Enter the code CHEEKY10 at checkout.

Romance Was Born
Online
A select range of Romance Was Born’s colourful and bold designs (from three separate collections) has been reduced by up to 50 per cent. The sale selection includes everyday tees and dresses; textural skirts and blouses; plus dramatic statement gowns. In classic Romance Was Born style, there are plenty of prints, frills, pleats, fringes and vivid colour. Our pick is this elaborate crimson gown, which is a real-life version of the dancer emoji’s outfit. Available while stocks last.

Alice McCall mid-season sale
In-store and online
Playful label Alice McCall has kicked off its mid-season sale, offering up to 50 per cent off selected designs. In classic McCall style, there’s plenty of lace, frills, ruffles, embroidery and florals. There are also jumpsuits and playsuits aplenty. While stock lasts.

Carla Zampatti and Bianca Spender
435A–437 Kent Street, Sydney
Mother-daughter duo Carla Zampatti and Bianca Spender have united for a Sydney studio sale this week where you’ll find up to 75 per cent off past-season spring/summer 2017 designs. If you’re after a cocktail outfit or an elegant statement gown, or even some classic tailored outerwear, this is your sale.

Thu 22 & Fri 23, 10am–6pm
Sat 24, 10am–4pm

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