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Fashion in Melbourne & Victoria


National Trust Vintage Clothing Sale

Prue Acton, Carla Zampatti, Giorgio Armani

The National Trust Vintage Clothing Sale is a regular event on the Melbourne fashion calendar featuring a large range of genuine vintage and designer garments and accessories.

A fine range of quality, pre-loved clothing, millinery, shoes, bags, linen, jewellery, haberdashery and collectablesfor just one weekend a year.

All proceeds support the National Trust in conserving and protecting Victoria’s natural, cultural and built heritage.

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Some fashion-based markets

Docklands Sunday Market
An eclectic market overlooking the waterfront at Docklands. A perfect compliment to the restaurants & shops of Melbourne's newest tourist hub. Be pleasantly surprised with an Ever-Changing Market! With Arts, Artisans, Crafts, Beauty Products, Baby/Children's Wear, Vintage, Soy Candles, Bonsai Trees, Jewellery, Hats, Clothing, Secondhand Books, Handmade Flowers, Model Cars, Licorice; Lollipops, Kids Face Painting and Lots More! Something for everybody. Take a stroll along the promenade, find a treasure, have a meal and make a day of it. More information at

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Lah de da Bazaar
The publicity describes this as "A tantalizing fashion extravaganza deep in the heart of Melbourne City – Lah De Da Bazaar is the perfect spot for all fashion hunters and avid fashionistas to discover the hidden talents of our local fashion labels and a treasure trove of dazzling vintage fashion finery. Pamper yourself and enjoy Lah de da."

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Rose Street Artists Market
Loosely based on designer markets in London, Berlin and Europe and situated only a short distance from Brunswick Street Fitzroy, this market showcases over 50 cotemporary artists and designers each week. More information >>.

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South Bank Young Designers' Market
The South Bank Young Designers Market has provided exposure and a career start to a number of young Queensland designers as well proviing cutting edge fashion to both serious fashion buffs and casual shoppers. It features distinctive, affordable garments, accessories, jewellery and prints all in in the wonderful setting of the South Bnk parklands.

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Sunday Arts @ The Convent
View, discuss and purchase works from painters, jewellers, printmakers, writers, photographers textileartists and other creative individuals.

You can find a comprehensive guide to markets around Australia at The White Hat Guide to Markets in Australia.