Viktoria & Woods
013/287 Lonsdale St., CBD
A chunky, made-in-Australia merino knit sweater and stretchy, wide-legged pants are pretty much the dream outfit for sitting and snoozing through the inevitable long-haul flight home. Margie Woods and Lisa Reynolds founded this brand making ethically manufactured knitwear and have since expanded the boutique edit to include leather slides, belts, and delicate Linden Cook jewelry.
No Order Market
193/187 Elizabeth St., CBD
This is the spot for international labels that can be tough to find in laid-back Melbourne. More of a fashion and design hub than a store, there are three shops within the industrial CBD space—Baserange (French basics), Shifting Worlds (designer womenswear, perfumes, and books) and Suku Home (artisan homewares and textiles). We make a beeline for the frilly Shrimps dresses, Maryam Nassir Zadeh slides, and gorgeous incense to burn back home.
Albert Coates Ln., CBD
Incu’s sole Melbourne store is for the guys. Expect an international mix of clothing and apparel, including Common Projects sneakers, Comme des Garçons tees, and Acne Studios sweaters. Sydney is home to the womenswear store, but if you cannot handle the thought of leaving Australia without that Ganni slip dress that’s sold out at home or the adorable crochet Suryo bucket bag exclusive to the store, fear not. You can order whatever you like online for next-day delivery to your hotel room.
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