Sydney’s best shopping September 1-8


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Spring is here, and local labels Shoes of Prey and August Street are holding sales to launch us into warmer days. Meanwhile Bec and Bridge have opened their first stand-alone store. Plus, mark your diaries, a big Zimmermann sale is coming next week.

Sales Guide

Mixing clean-cut designs with asymmetrical styles, August Street and PS The Label are teaming up again once again for another three-day sale in Surry Hills. With up to 80 per cent off samples, current and past season stock as well as archive pieces. Pieces will be restocked daily.

44A Foveaux Street, Surry Hills. Wednesday 30- Friday 1 9am-6pm.

Bespoke brand Shoes of Prey is having their second warehouse sale of the year this weekend in Mascot. The pre-designed shoes, including heels, ballet flats and sandals will all be $50 a pair. And if you need another excuse to buy a pair of shoes that usually retail at over $200, all the proceeds will be going to Good360, which has partnerships with Australian charities including Dress for Success, Ozharvest and Greenpeace.

Unit 1, Level 2, 5-9 Ricketty St, Mascot. Thursday 31 6-9pm, Saturday 2 September 10am-3pm.

Shoe of Prey regularly donates shoes and proceeds to Good360, with all money from this sale going to the initiative.

Shoe of Prey regularly donates shoes and proceeds to Good360, with all money from this sale going to the initiative. Photo: Supplied

Mark your diaries, one of Sydney’s biggest sales is happening next week. Since its local beginnings in 1991, Zimmermann has gained international success and a celebrity following (cue Beyonce’s Instagram and Yara Shahidi’s VMAs look) for its sophisticated femininity, whimsical prints and attention to detail. So when it comes to this warehouse sale, expect queues and orderly chaos with local fans vying to get their hands on past season designs. Worth it for up to 80 per cent off spring ready-to-wear 17, resort ready-to-wear 17, resort swim 17, including the coveted Cavalier Tier Dress, and a range of Zimmermann accessories.

Australian Technology Park, 2 Locomotive Street Bay 4 , Eveleigh. Thursday 7 8am-7pm, Friday 8 9am-6pm, Saturday 9 9am-4pm.

Cavalier Tier Dress WAS $1,100 NOW $350.

Cavalier Tier Dress WAS $1,100 NOW $350. Photo: Supplied

Founded in Indonesia and nurtured in Australia, weekend devoted brand Tee Ink are offering 80 per cent off all men and women’s stock. Expect adventure and casual wear including hoodies, tees, dresses, swimwear, hats and bottoms.

59 Hume St, Crows Nest. Thursday 29- Saturday 2 10am-4pm.

Tees and other casual wear will be one sale.

Tees and other casual wear will be one sale. Photo: Supplied

Next week, minimalist clothing, accessories, beauty and decor digital atelier My Charmeleon will be holding a three-day sale in Paddington with up to 85 per cent off past season designer collections. The sale will feature international and local designers including Dion Lee, Ellery, Christopher Esber, Simon Miller, Marques, Jacquemus and more.

17 Oxford St, Paddington. Thursday 7 4pm-6pm, Friday 8 10am-6pm, Saturday 9 10am-4pm.

Shop designers at My Chameleon's sale.

Shop designers at My Chameleon’s sale. Photo: Supplied

In case you missed it, Double Bay’s The Corner Shop is clearing out past-season stock at up to 70 per cent off all sale designs. Stocking many cult international designers, the closing down sale will feature clothing, shoes and accessories from the likes of Isabel Marant, Self-Portrait, Marques Almeida, Aquazzura and Stella McCartney at a fraction of the usual price.

Shop 2, 20-26 Cross Street, Double Bay.

Streetwear and denim specialist General Pants Co. is holding an “End of Lease Sale” before the brand moves their Sydney CBD presence from Mid City Centre to George Street. The sale will feature both men’s and women’s women from brands including Wrangler, One Teaspoon, Ksubi, Insight, Zanerobe, RVCA and more. Sale prices start from $10, with nothing over $50. Can’t make it into the city store? Don’t fret, the brand is also currently offering up to 60 per cent off favourites in all other stores and online.

197 Pitt St, Sydney.

The sale stock will be available until the store relocates.

The sale stock will be available until the store relocates. Photo: Supplied

Just Opened

Having picked-up a cult celebrity following including Kendall Jenner, Hailey Baldwin and Rita Ora in recent years, local favourite Bec and Bridge has asserted its dominance online and in mortar-and-brick spaces, but strangely did not have its own store presence. Until now. 

Millennial pink accent are dominant throughout the store.

Millennial pink accents are dominant throughout the store. Photo: Supplied

Opening their first standalone retail store in Westfield Bondi Junction, the store will house each season’s entire collection along with exclusive pieces from international and Australian accessory brands, including Elvis et Moi, Reliquia, F+H Jewellery, Avec Moderation, LOQ, Atiana shoes, Lacoste sneakers and Mehry Mu bags. Designed in collaboration with architect George Livissianis, the store’s aesthetic draws influence from Sydney’s quintessential outdoor lifestyle, including light filtering through columns, luxurious materials and day beds. A feminine feel is also created through soft textures and neutral tones including the shade of 2017, millennial pink.

“We are incredibly excited to be opening our first retail concept store in Bondi Junction, providing our customer with a complete brand experience that is truly reflective of who we are,” the designers behind the brand, Bec Cooper and Bridget Yorston, told Fairfax Media.

“It’s been a dream to create a physical space that truly encapsulates our style and after 15 years of building the business, we finally feel the timing is right.”

Bondi Junction Westfield, 3058A, 500 Oxford Street.

The store was designed in collaboration with architect George Livissianis,

The store was designed in collaboration with architect George Livissianis, Photo: Supplied


If 2017 is anything to go by, the 70s   are back in a big way. Look at the return of bell bottom pants. In recent years fashion has been pretty attached to the skinny jeans, but with celebrities like Emily Ratajkowski, Kate Hudson Gigi and Bella Hadid and channelling Cher and Farah Fawcett’s vintage style, it’s the trend in our cart this week.

The key to making the 70s style feel modern? A high-waisted fit and solid heel – be it a chunky sandal or ankle boot – will help the trousers sit properly. Keep the look minimal with a white tee, or create a statement with a ruffled shirt, oversized sweater, belted flowy shirt or sheer blouse.


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