Art & Design
Posted by Phoebe Rothfield
13. Feb, 2015
|February 15, 2015|
|9:00 am||to||4:00 pm|
Fashionista’s look no further, Take 2 Markets are back according to Phoebe Rothfield.
If you are a fan of of finding absolute bargain pieces of high end and designer clothing, then look no further than Take 2 Markets, which will be holding their first market for the year which is supported by the Sustainable Living Festival.
What the hell is she on about you ask? Take 2 Markets offer delicious pieces of Australian and international designer labels, chic High Street brands, vintage garments, hats, jewellery and the list could really go on and on… Lets just say you will be absolutely spoilt for choice!
Rina Chia, a mother and wife and the entrepreneurial brains behind Take 2 Markets has always had a life long passion for fashion – especially vintage and second hand – and for saving money. Take 2 Markets first launched in 2007 and has ultimately ‘bridged the gap between trash ‘n treasure markets and recycled fashion boutiques’. With brands such as Prada, Dior and Louie V at ridiculously low prices, you would be crazy not to go and check it out!
Why bother? If you aren’t a fan of forking out the big cash on current seasons from hip expensive labels then why not be that girl or guy who has that classic vintage piece, that no one else will have for just a fraction of the price? I know what I will be doing this Sunday.
Take 2 Markets
‘C’ Shed at the Vic Markets
Sunday February 15, 9am-4pm
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