How Love Me Again Market is Changing Brisbane’s Fashion Landscape

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Love Me Again Market Milton, one of the city’s most popular pre-loved fashion destinations, is redefining the way locals shop for stylish clothing and accessories.

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Founded in 2020, Love Me Again Market has quickly become a staple in Brisbane’s sustainable fashion scene. What started as a single venue in Paddington has blossomed into multiple locations across the city, including Stafford, and most recently, Milton.

The Milton Studio, located at 46 Douglas Street, opens its doors every Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to noon. This indoor, air-conditioned venue hosts over 30 stalls, offering shoppers a comfortable environment to peruse a wide array of pre-loved designer and on-trend labels.

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But this store isn’t just about shopping; it’s about promoting a sustainable lifestyle. “By promoting recycled fashion, we aim to reduce landfill and give clothing a second life with a new owner,” says a representative of the market. This eco-conscious approach has resonated with Brisbane’s fashion-forward community, with the markets now welcoming over 800 shoppers each week.

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For those looking to declutter their wardrobes, they offer an innovative “Rent A Rack” service. This allows sellers to book a spot for a calendar month without needing to be on-site. A dedicated Boutique manager takes care of selling the items on market days, making it easier than ever for people to participate in the circular fashion economy.

The market’s popularity has led to expansion, with additional locations at Portside Wharf in Hamilton (open on the second Saturday of each month) and in Stafford. Each venue maintains the same commitment to quality and sustainability that has become synonymous with their brand.

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Visitors to the Milton location can make a day of it, grabbing a coffee and a bite from the on-site coffee van. Shoppers are encouraged to bring their own market bags, aligning with the market’s eco-friendly ethos.

The brand’s commitment to community extends beyond fashion. “We believe in giving back to the community, so we partner with local charities and organisations,” they stated. At the end of each market day, stallholders have the opportunity to donate unsold items to charity, further extending the life cycle of clothing and supporting those in need.

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As Brisbane continues to embrace sustainable fashion, Love Me Again Market stands at the forefront, offering a unique shopping experience that’s good for your wardrobe, your wallet, and the planet.

Published 10-July-2024