PUT ON SOME SOCKS & PAY IT FORWARD…
Some of our most cherished stores in Melbourne's CBD and surrounding suburbs are struggling to hang on to their beautiful businesses. Shutdowns mean closed doors, no foot traffic and it takes a long time to restore visitation to the city and shopping strips.
After our last newsletter, many of you 'saved the day' by ordering beautiful luxury Victorian made socks by Humphrey Law and other items from Clementines. I am happy to advise that Clementines now have their websiteup and running, so please head on over and support this Melbourne treasure and be sure to visit in Degraves Street when Melbourne is open for business again. Thank you
Clementine's - 7 Degraves Street, Melbourne
Additionally, below is some more inspiration for bespoke shopping experiences from some of Melbourne's treasured bricks & mortar stores.
We encourage you to check out their online stores and visit when you can.
is one of the oldest hobby stores in Australia and they continue to supply you with models to relax and keep busy. Join their community via social media to learn more about hobbies and weekly live shows on YouTube. Visit Hearns Hobbies at 295 Flinders Street, Melbourne - or order from their website
for delivery or click & collect.
One of my favourite village shops at 18 Hamilton Street, Mont Albert. They stock a beautiful range of sustainable products and an eclectic range of curated textiles for quilting, clothing, crafting, patterns, haby and handcrafted giftware and accessories. Shop on line or give Trudy a call and she will hand select your items and promptly deliver.
Mr Wares offers well-crafted giftware, home ware and accessories sourced from throughout Australia and across the globe. Visit MR WARES at the infamous Block Arcade, 282 Collins street.
We at The Melbourne Map love our city, and these special shops are a major part of what makes Melbourne tick. We're grateful for you considering a purchase from them. Every little bit helps.