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From the high-street fashion on Oxford Street to the indie boutiques of Crown and Burton streets, near Oxford Square, Darlinghurst is delightful to explore for gorgeous vintage, trendy streetwear, and everything in between. And if you're unsure, you can always draw inspiration from the sartorial elegance of local residents, so enjoy the spectacle.
Fashion and Shopping in Darlinghurst
Minutes from the city centre, Darlinghurst is ideal for shopping and bordered by the fashionable enclaves of Surry Hills, Potts Point and Paddington. A good mix of independent boutiques, big name brands and second-hand delights await you, as well as chic cafes and restaurants where you can rest and refuel before the next leg of your shopping tour.
Find the latest trends and brands mostly around Oxford Street and Burton Street, which runs from Oxford Square to St Vincent's Hospital. For quality street shoes and accessories visit Footage, which sells local and international brands. Carhartt WIP is known for cool, minimalist pieces. For premium street wear, check out Above the Clouds on Oxford.
At Alfie's Friend Rolfe, on Darlinghurst Road near Kings Cross station, you'll find a carefully curated niche and fashion brands. There are plenty of vintage stores to explore too. Try Blue Spinach, on Liverpool Street, for quality designer clothing and accessories, or head just south of Oxford Street for classic clothing at Route 66, on Crown Street.
He Made She Made, on Oxford Street, is packed with local artworks and design pieces from up-and-coming creatives. For furniture stores, visit de de ce's fabulous showroom of ultra-modern furniture on Liverpool Street. And don't miss Catapult, on Kings Lane, which features great works from emerging Australian furniture and industrial designers.
For fresh produce, the Sydney Sustainable Markets is held every Saturday in Taylor Square (where Oxford, Bourke and Flinders streets meet). This is a small, popular farmers market where you can pick up seasonal produce including organic fruit and vegetables, free-range poultry and rare breed meats, freshly baked bread, and a great cup of coffee.