When it comes to fashion, we’re a tad unlucky down under. Take a trip to any city in Europe and you’ll notice the selection we have here is, well, pretty damn average. As such, I find myself searching online for new designs and drops that I can’t really find in Brick and Mortar stores in Australia. With most online shopping destinations offering free shipping and exchanges, it has never been easier and hassle-free.
So without further adieu, Here’s a selection of our favourite go-to’s for when you’re needing that wardrobe refresh.
End has an incredible selection of high-end streetwear for men. They have plenty of stock, so it’s normally never an issue. They also offer free shipping over $300 with free returns too. The mobile application is by far the best out of any of the e-com stores, so easy to navigate and find exactly what you’re after. Brands to look out for are APC, Comme des Garcons, Maison Margiela and Common Projects.
Farfetch has a wider selection than end, so it can be quite daunting searching through everything, however, they’ve got a great selection for everyone including women. Brands to look out for are Lardini, Aspesi and Marni. Also look out for their sale items, there’s some seriously banger items to be had at a fraction of the price new!
Mr.Porter has a finely curated selection of everything you could ever want. It’s definitely on the upper echelon of this list, and they only offer free shipping over 250 pounds. The packaging your clothing arrives in is by far the best. Brands to look out for are Tom Ford, Berluti and their in-house label, Mr. P. The editorial section is great to see how the clothes look in real life too.
Barneys is an American chain of high end and designer goods. If you can’t head to one of their New York stores, head to the website for an amazing selection of classy attire. Keep an eye out for Balenciaga, Brunello Cucinelli, Yohji Yamamoto and their in-house brand, Barneys New York. They’ve always got a solid selection of sale items so keep your eyes peeled!
For those based in Melbourne, Check out our Guide on the best Multi-Brand stores here, for that authentic customer experience you just don’t when shopping online.