Melbourne has firmly established itself as the nation's fashion capital. Australian designer labels are available on High Street in Armadale, on Toorak Road and Chapel Street in South Yarra, and on Bridge Road in Richmond. High-quality vintage clothing abounds on Greville Street in Prahran. Discount hunters love the huge discount fashion shopping center attached to Southern Cross Station on Spencer Street, with its many stores. Most shops are open Monday–Thursday 9–5:30, Friday until 9, and Saturday until 5. Major city stores are open Sunday until 5.

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  • 1. Dinosaur Designs

    South Yarra

    Celebrated Australian design duo Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy create luminous bowls and vases, and bold resin, gold, and silver jewelry. Each piece is distinctive...Read More

  • 2. South Melbourne Market

    South Melbourne

    Established in 1867, South Melbourne Market is Melbourne's second-oldest market, beloved by grandmothers and the suburb's hipster set. You'll find a huge selection of fresh...Read More

  • 3. Brunswick Street


    Northeast of the city in Fitzroy, Brunswick Street has hip and grungy restaurants, coffee shops, gift stores, and clothing outlets selling the latest look, as...Read More

  • 4. Eco D

    South Yarra

    International and Australian designers mix and mingle here, so you can find local fashion icons like Scotch & Soda, Silk Laundry, and American Vintage here....Read More

  • 5. Emporium Melbourne

    City Center

    Many international brands established their first Australian outlets at this major shopping mall in the city center. The mall is filled with fashion, technology, food,...Read More

  • 6. Flinders Lane

    City Center

    Dotted with chic boutiques fighting for space amongst top-end cafés, bars, and restaurants, many of them selling merchandise by up-and-coming Australian designers, Flinders Lane will...Read More

  • 7. Signed and Numbered

    South Yarra

    Melbourne is famous for its street art, and this purveyor of limited-edition prints sells work by well-known local street artists like Ghostpatrol and Kaff-eine, as...Read More

  • 8. Smith Street


    Perhaps Melbourne's hippest street, this colorful strip is dotted with bars, restaurants, and many vintage-style clothing shops. Toward the northern end are clothing factory outlets....Read More

  • 9. The Esplanade Market St. Kilda

    St. Kilda

    Open since 1970, this market started as an outlet for local artists. Today, it has up to 200 stalls selling contemporary paintings, crafts, pottery, jewelry,...Read More

  • 10. The Jam Factory

    South Yarra

    This historic redbrick brewery-turned-factory complex houses cinemas, fashion, food, and gift shops....Read More

  • 11. The Rose St. Artists' Market


    Works from Melbourne's best artists and designers are on display at this popular artists' market, from oil paintings to sustainable bags, housewares to clothing and...Read More

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