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There are plenty of sales, pop-ups, exhibitions and talks to keep style-hungry Sydneysiders busy this month

Topshop Topman Truck

Sydney

In the lead up to the opening of Sydney's first Topshop and Topman, the TSTM Truck will be hitting Sydney streets with gives aways, tote bags, copies of the TSTM newspaper and if you're super lucky, gift cards!

History Week: Threads

Sydney

History week takes a fashion flashback this year, and celebrates the nation's sartorial journey with a series of exhibitions and talks. Check out our picks of the programme.

Projects at Poepke: Leif

Paddington

For its latest pop-up project, Paddington boutique Poepke is promoting the work of Leif, an emerging skincare brand that works with lemon myrtle, eucalyptus and lilypilly. Swing by, and test the beautiful products.

Bizarre Bazaar

Sydney

Head to Angel Place to check out this pop-up market which is set to feature a bunch of great new, up-and-coming fashion designers. Devised by the creative young minds behind A Series of Fortunate Events, designers include Faddoul, Sasha-Rose and KAHLO.

Evie Presents

The Rocks

Talented tag-team designers Alex Gilmour and Dominic Chong are launching a new initiative called Evie Presents, where they will promote local designers. In a special pop-up location in the Rocks, expect to see innovative furniture, objects, lighting, homewares and textiles, plus talks with the designers every weekend.

Salvonista Pop-Up Shop

Haymarket

Salvos stores are launching their fashion focused campaign that encourages savvy, budget conscious shopping for affordable fashion that helps the community and environment. Visit the pop-up in Belmore Park and hunt for pre-loved treasures.

William Street Laneway Festival

Paddington

At this little laneway festival there will be one-day offers and installations from William Street classics like the Corner Shop (pictured), NatashaNo. 10 William and Poepke. And non-shoppers can catch DJ sets and live music performances, grab a drink from one of the pop-up bars and sample treats from the many food stalls.

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By Erin Moy   |  

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