To market, to market.

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Fashion Journal

If you’re a lover of smaller sustainably-produced labels and are keen on vintage threads, there’s a market running every Saturday that you need to visit.

From March to December, the Queen Victoria Market will play host to The Fashion Market, a collection of independent labels and vintage, gently worn, preloved and designer fashion resellers.

Only quality vintage garments and ethically produced labels are permitted, creating a highly curated collection of sustainable pieces.

For those living a little out of town, The Fashion Market also runs regional markets which take place twice a year in Geelong and Bendigo. 2016 dates are to be announced soon. 


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