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Melbourne Collective Market

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Snafu Designs at Melbourne Collective Market
Photograph: Mel Evans Photography

Time Out Says

This independent designer market is going vegan this autumn

Melbourne, you’re a creative bunch. From the galleries and theatres to the tattoo artists and fashion designers, Melbourne is a city that thrives on and wholeheartedly encourages new and original creations.

Surround yourself with some of the best of Melbourne’s creative designers this March when the Melbourne Collective Market returns to Federation Square. On Sunday, March 3, stacks of the city’s designers and makers will set up shop at the Atrium in Fed Square to showcase their amazing designs and products. 

Already confirmed on the line-up are Mod Designs, Rupa Haus and Snafu Designs. For the first time Melbourne Collective is hosting a vegan market alongside their indie designers. Animal lovers can stock up on a host of cruelty-free food from the likes of Ace Cookies, Tiramisu Lift Me Up, Manny's Donuts, Hopper Waffles, Twista Bros and Wings of Glory (the store does a vegan chicken wing). The vegan market is just around from the regular market – find them at Deakin Edge in Fed Square.

As well as lots of local artists and designers, the Melbourne Collective Market also features live music and DJs, plus there is an ATM on site for any stall holders who don't accept card payment.

The Melbourne Collective Market and vegan market is on from 10am to 4pm on Sunday, March 3. Entry to both markets is free.

Nicola Dowse
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Nicola Dowse


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