Improving your day tenfold.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Let’s face it. None of us like heading back to work on Monday but today might be a little different.

As part of Melbourne Fashion Week, Ethical Clothing Australia is hosting a runway to showcase designs from leading ethical fashion labels.

Head down to the Melbourne Town Hall forecourt on your lunch break to check out pieces from Anthea Crawford, Belmore Australia, Cue, Humphrey Law, Lara Pallini, Manning Cartell, Mirador, Misha Collection, Nobody Denim, Perri Cutten and Veronika Maine.

You’ve got two chances to slip out of work, with the 15-minute runway kicking off at 1pm and running again at 3pm. Best of all? It’s free.

If that doesn’t improve your Monday, we don’t know what will.


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