Overview

With some of the biggest names in global fashion choosing Melbourne as their Australian home, the city offers endless opportunities for snapping up both popular and coveted international labels. Read more

With some of the biggest names in global fashion choosing Melbourne as their Australian home, the city offers endless opportunities for snapping up both popular and coveted international labels. Overseas juggernauts Zara, Cos and Topshop have all swept onto the scene with sleek city stores, while Swedish giant H&M has transformed the historic GPO building in Bourke Street. Cutting-edge Emporium has changed the face of shopping in Melbourne with its roll call of international brands and labels. Flagship stores of the world’s most revered luxury brands line the northern ‘Paris end’ stretch of Collins Street, sitting alongside boutique fashion houses and international couturiers, housed in stunning heritage buildings, while Flinders Lane makes room for big names in international couture.

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High-end fashion stores

Some of the world's most recognised, respected and beloved names in high-end fashion and couture make their home in Melbourne. Look for favourites Ralph Lauren, Coach and Lacoste in select department stores and glossy shopping centres, including St. Collins Lane and Emporium.

Flagship stores:

Dolce & Gabbana 171 Collins Street, dolcegabbana.com/en
Chanel 140 Flinders Lane, chanel.com
Hermes 71 Collins Street, hermes.com/au
Gucci 1/161 Collins Street, gucci.com/au
Bally 107 Collins Street, bally.com.au