Ciao Bella!

Are you ready to have some fun?

Now that you’re here, why not have a squiz at what the world of slow fashion and preloved clothing has to offer you. Let’s unleash your sustainability sass.

Buy it. Sell it. Style it. Wear it.

 

Next Market

City  •  25 May

Ciao Bella!

Are you ready to have some fun?

Now that you’re here, why not have a squiz at what the world of slow fashion and preloved clothing has to offer you. Let’s unleash your sustainability sass.

Buy it. Sell it. Style it. Wear it.

Next Market

City  •  25 May

you say it best

Thank you for running such a great event and being so professional. The service I received was excellent and it was a fun day to be part of!

Jane

Stallholder

Thanks for a lovely market pre-Christmas. From the welcome with bubbles to the beautiful music, it was a pleasure to browse the racks of clothing.

Vicki 

Shopper

Thanks, Amal for getting me motivated to make space and cleanse my cupboard of those pieces I might wear one day. Amal's professionalism and organisation were great. Made enough to pay for a very special treat!

Bridget

Stallholder

Thank you so very much for this wonderful market. Visiting a beautiful market like this tickles the imagination to put together a fab outfit.

Mirela

Shopper

The market had a great vibe! Hannah and I had a great time and sold lots (… managed to buy a bit too). Super organised market.

Janine and Hannah

Stallholders

Over the years, I’d sold bits and pieces at markets and garage sales – usually alongside other household knick-knacks. Most of us probably have. But now I wanted to seriously turn my overstocked wardrobe into dollars to spend on a style refresh.

Get started!

Preloved shopping and swaps are great opportunities to take fashion risks. If you've always wanted to wear a high-waisted skirt or a geometric print, now is your time to road test the look. Doesn't work? Recycle it next time!

take fashion risks 

Fast fashion is high-volume, low-cost clothing that's churned through stores, and our wardrobes, at an ever-increasing speed. Consider buying someone else’s past joys first before rushing down to the high street.

Slow it down