melbourne’s no order market opens its doors to shifting worlds and a world of design

A host of cult labels find their home under one roof.

by i-D Staff
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04 September 2015, 3:20am

Archive and its brand new sister store Shifting Worlds find a new home in Melbourne's No Order Market, a retail space set to provide an outlet for coveted international labels and local talent alike. Joining Slow Waves, Australia's only stockist of Filles a Papa and Faustine Steinmetz, Archive will continue to provide its much-loved combination of Japanese, European and Australian designer labels, while the luxury store, Shifting Worlds, an enterprise guided by high aesthetics and kind hearts, will stock Pleats Please, Cauliflower and Bao Bao by Issey Miyake as well as introducing Melbourne audiences to Maryam Nassir Zadeh, Nehera and cosmic beauty brand Aura Soma Pegasus.

No Order Market will bring the three destination retailers together at its CBD site, filling a gap in Melbourne markets left by the likes of GPO. No Order Market officially opens on Sunday the 6th of September opposite H+M.

No Order Market

12-5pm
Level 1 187-193 Elizabeth St.
Melbourne

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Text Ellen Rule
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