Savvy sartorial shoppers, rejoice — Metre Market is back. If you went along to any of their previous events over the years, you'll know the drill. Fashion is their main domain, but you'll also find music, food, arts and other design pieces among their stalls.
In fact, with giving Brisbanites an opportunity to sell their pre-loved clothes the main reason that the market originally came to fruition, you can even get in on the action by applying for a metre or two of space. And if all you want to do is browse and buy, there's plenty of that on offer too.
The Metre Market Christmas Pop-Up will take place from 10am–2pm on Saturday, December 8 at Coorparoo Square, and promises to be suitably festive. Not only is it free, but it features the best things money can buy from local up-and-coming designers, artists and makers.
Plus, proceeds from the rack sale part of the market — aka the fees paid for those selling their own old outfits — will be going to the Women's Legal Service Queensland.