Minimalist Aussie clothing designer Assembly Label is expanding again, this time by opening up a permanent surplus store in Beaconsfield where you can nab discounted threads on the reg. To celebrate the shop's place in the label's growing empire, it's hosting a four-day warehouse sale this weekend, from Thursday, May 17 through to Sunday, May 20.
This means the warehouse's samples and pieces from past seasons will be going at up to 70 percent off. That includes much needed jackets and knitwear for the coming winter months, plus denim, tops, shorts, pants, swimwear and accessories in both men's and women's designs. The label is known for its linen basics and relaxed coastal vibes that makes up the wardrobe of many a Sydneysider.
The surplus store will be open this weekend from 9.30am–7pm on Thursday, 9.30am–530pm on Friday, 9am–5pm on Saturday, and 10am–5pm on Sunday. Once the sale is finished, the surplus store will return to its daily trade of discounted signature basics and seasonal releases, with styles restocked weekly.