Round She Goes is an award-winning pop-up market for women, selling preloved designer fashion and quality vintage clothing, jewellery and...Coburg Town Hall, 90 Bell St, Coburg
Craft Victoria is the peak body when it comes to contemporary craft and design. Established in the ’70s, it’s been connecting artisans with...Melbourne Town Hall, 90-130 Swanston St, Melbourne
Local designers selling beautiful objects fill the Brunswick Town Hall when the Sisters' Market puts the word out for stallholders every two...Brunswick Town Hall, 233 Sydney Rd, Brunswick
A Plus is a roving market with a difference. Specialising in plus-size ladies’ fashion, it offers locally-designed and preloved clothing,...Darebin Arts and Entertainment Centre, Cnr Bell St and St Georges Rd, Preston
There’s no introduction needed here. Alannah Hill offers the best in glamorous, feminine fashion as well as top quality shoes and accessories....17 Howey Pl, Melbourne
Okay, while there are many, many factory outlets on Bridge Road, including Sportsgirl, Dotti, Portmans, Novo shoes and more, we couldn’t resist...90a Bridge Rd, Richmond
This little shoe store stocks some seriously gorgeous leather boots. A family owned business for the last 25 years, Allegro specialises in...104a Lygon St, Brunswick East
Gents, don’t pretend you’ve never dreamed of strutting the streets in slick ’40s gangster garb, or decked out in top hat and cane as a...211 Latrobe St, Melbourne
Without a doubt the place to go if you're looking for men's shoes of any variety! A great selection of suit shoes in a whole host of styles and...130 Bridge Rd, Richmond
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The Melbourne-based Realise Your Dream finalist once swapped eating for designer shoes while studying in Paris. That's commitment to the cause!
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