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Inject some creativity into your Sunday by visiting the Substation Artists' Markets. On the first Sunday of every month, over 40 local artists and designers will be showcasing their creations. There will...
Each Saturday and Sunday the Rose Street Market gathers some of Melbourne's most exciting artists and designers to display their wares and talk all things handmade. Weave your way through the crowds and...
When we arrived on a freezing, sleeting Sunday, this market was so busy that hardly anyone noticed the elderly man winding up a working HMV gramophone, attached to a price tag so ridiculously low that the...
Markets and shopping events in Melbourne
Local designers selling beautiful objects fill Brunswick Town Hall
The Melbourne label stretches its wings
Featuring 250 stalls of hot design talent
A taste of Germany in Madame Brussels Lane
Vintage shops in Melbourne
Your favourite decades and influences covered
Donald Draper, eat your heart out
Saving the planet one item of clothing at a time
A treasure trove of items from around the globe
Boutique shops in Melbourne
A curated collection of the latest Scandinavian fashion
An eclectic mix of homewares, jewellery and objects of desire
Taking over the world one stylish accessory at a time
Good quality basics with an edge from siblings Georgie and Alex Cleary
Stores in Melbourne
The New York brand bringing high end fashion to Emporium
Modern elegance is at the heart of this Australian label
Quality essentials and reinvented classics from the H&M group
Melbourne's shopper's paradise is retail therapy supercharged
Melbourne shopper's guides
Venture past Brunswick for offbeat shopping and Melbourne's best falafel
The A-Z of incredible shops in the Inner North
Seek out the unexpected boutiques and shops tucked away
Know Gertrude Street more intimately with our intricate guide
Melbourne's best shops
Don’t know your oolong from your pu’erh tea?
From goth, steampunk, punk, rockabilly and everything in between
Fancy a well-thumbed read?
The best places to adopt your two-wheeled buddy