Round She Goes Fashion Market
For lovers of rare fashion, vintage looks or simple something a little off the beaten rack – Round She Goes Fashion Market is a must-see for anyone visiting Sydney.
By Benjamen Judd
If you’re one of the lucky ones who is happening to stay with us this August 13, you should probably buy a lottery ticket because you’re also just in time for the quarterly-held Round She Goes fashion markets.
Located at Marrickville Town Hall in the heart of the inner west, the market is entirely dedicated to unique and retro women’s fashion ranging from 1920s custom jewellery to iconic 90s streetwear labels. (Which, we might add, are huge right now so snap them up if you see them.)
So if you’re looking for the penultimate fashion weekend to take back some eye-catching numbers no-one else has back home –this is the place to go.
There will be preloved garments from some of Sydney’s most stylish fashionistas who have cleared out their wardrobes of fabulous things for you to snap up like: Chloe, Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Gorman, Oroton, Karen Millen, Dion Lee, Sass and Bide, Moshino, Bally, Cooper St, DKNY, Versace, Trelise Cooper, Country Road, Scanlan and Theodore, Mimco, Willow, White Suede and Alannah Hill and that’s just the beginning.
With more than 60 individual stalls, there will be a something for everyone regardless of size or cost.
Some of Sydney’s best vintage collectors will be there selling stock from their collections too, including the Crown Street Project, Queen Vintage, Armoire Vintage, Roxanne Remembers Vintage, Blue Belle Vintage Clothing and Kitten Vintage.
Entry to the markets is a mere $2 and the doors open from 10am.
Round She Goes fashion markets will be held at Marrickville Town Hall on Saturday, August 13.
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