Address: 6 Degraves St
This is really a place to honor the beauty of women with attractive and attractive lingerie and pajamas. Unique store design with bras hanging on racks, mannequins covered in mannequins, luxurious perfume bottles on the dressing table and fabric chairs for customers to rest their feet.
Each outfit here has a distinct character, made from high-quality fabrics, hand-made lace and ribbons, especially the kimono pajamas made from Roberto Cavalli, Hermes and fashion fabrics. Versace.
You aspire to own a “luxury” brand name, but you are not a “giant”. Now that’s easy, visit Love me & Leave Me for a chance to rent Prada, Chloe, Gucci and Louis Vuitton bags for a week.
This online store also offers a “use now, pay later” service. You can pay in installments for 12 months to own a YSL bag for $ 22.31 a week or a Chanel Vintage 2.55 bag for $ 49.64 a week.
Equally attractive are the shockingly discounted items from designers Angel Jackson, Jovani and Elizabeth Cole.
Address: 1st Floor, Nicholson Building, intersection between Swanston St and Flinders Lane.
The fashion followers of the 40s and 80s should not miss the opportunity to buy “unique” items at RetroStar. Located on the upper floor of the Nicholas building, RetroStar is Australia’s largest “barrel” store.
It sells graphic sets, long skirts, cowboy shoes, silk scarves and denim clothes from all over the world.
RetroStar Rockstar collection with more than 5,000 T-shirts inspired by famous rock bands.
Every year 8-12, RetroStar will open a store in Stewart St, Brunswick with more than 12,000 items extremely cheap, even down to $ 10.
Address: 18 Howey Pl and 232 Brunswick St, Fitzroy.
In the gloomy winter weather, Melbourne could hardly find a match in addition to black. However, in Melko is the colorful world of South American style outfits.
Like a miniature Rio festival, flowing maxi, sexy tight dresses, bright colors will make you overwhelmed.
Melko also sells unique jewelry: jewelry boxes from South Africa, jewelry made from acai berries from Brazil, Colombia and Peru. It is also home to the unique works of Marzio Fiorini, once on display at the New York Museum of Modern Art. You also have a chance to see handmade RSobral polyester jewelry and Angelesflor jewelry made from aluminum and silk.