Queen Vintage returns to the QVM with a treasure trove of pre-loved goods

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Queen Vintage returns to the QVM with a treasure trove of pre-loved goods

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With Christmas right around the corner, Queen Vintage is the ultimate destination for those seeking cool, sustainable and one-of-a-kind gifts.

Get ready to immerse yourself in a vintage wonderland as Queen Vintage makes a triumphant return to the Queen Victoria Market next weekend on Saturday, 9 December.

Back by popular demand, the event features a mix of new and returning traders offering a treasure trove of vintage and preloved goodies just in time for the festive season.

Queen Vintage

  • Saturday, December 9, 9am to 4pm
  • C & D Shed, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
  • Free entry with clothing, jewellery, wares, food and drink available to purchase

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The market’s iconic sheds and laneways will be transformed into a haven for vintage enthusiasts, featuring stalls brimming with everything from high fashion threads to statement jewellery pieces, old-school pro sportswear, sneakers and personally upcycled creations.


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Among the new traders, Nic2sik Vintage stands out with its specialisation in secondhand t-shirts, featuring iconic prints from the 90s Nirvana era and old-school The Simpsons graphics.

Moonstar Vintage is set to offer bold statement pieces and items with unique prints, while Feather At Your Foot brings a selection of vintage dresses, tops, pants, skirts, and handmade creations from recycled vintage fabrics.

For designer aficionados, Honey from the Jar is a must-visit, showcasing pieces from the 1940s to the 1990s, including renowned names like Dion Lee, Dolce & Gabbana, Moschino, Armani and more.

Returning traders add to the eclectic mix, including Recycled by Kobie with its jewellery crafted from old cutlery and coins, Green Collect offering pre-loved designer clothing, Hellcat Vintage presenting ‘Parisian Cowboy’ items from the 1960s to the 1990s, and Long Gone Vintage with true vintage clothing spanning from the 1930s to the 1990s.

The festivities don’t end with shopping; a pop-up cocktail bar, delectable food vendors such as Jamm’d Dessert Bar and Dingo Ate My Taco, and a DJ spinning funky and relaxing grooves will keep the vibes high as shoppers explore the vintage treasures.

For everything happening at the Queen Victoria Market, head here.