It's been mentioned a couple of times... Milly Sleeping now has a second space in operation in the city.
On Fridays and Saturdays between 12 and 6, the store will also be operating from 1A Crossley Street - a lane that runs between Pellegrini's and The Paperback Bookshop, off Bourke Street. Milly shares a little showroom (the maid's room) with the lovely Denise and Peter of S!X, across the way from excellent Sarah Scout gallery, and above both Von Haus café bar and Lucy Folk's fantastic flagship store. Crossley Street is also the long-term home of tailors, vintage stores, galleries (including my favourite, Funaki) and Ginger Boy restaurant.
In the maid's room today, we have bags and garments by ffiXXed and Romance Was Born, scarves and wraps by Primoeza and MüCKE, new silver jewellery from Estelle Dévé's Paleozoic Dreams collection (with a selection of gold pieces remaining at MS Carlton) and new OK OK tights. Our products will be rotated and added to over time; we also have exciting plans afoot to present some mini installations in the upstairs hallway.
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After yesterday's very dreary conditions, guess what's walking out the door today..? Woollen goodness, in the form of Strange & Strange merino layering knits and OK OK colourful tights. These are wonderful 'basics' that Milly Sleeping has stocked for several seasons in a row, simply because they are hard to beat and, as we always say, they wear and wash (even on a gentle cycle in the washing machine) very nicely thank-you...
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Pictured: Strange & Strange 100% merino shortline layering knits in black, olive, vanilla, cranberry and charcoal (RRP $134 or $114 for subscribers);
Strange & Strange 100% merino striped longline knit (RRP $150 or $128);
Strange & Strange 100% merino cowl neck layering knit (RRP $198 or $168);
new OK OK tights... these come in a range of colours and fabrics including nylon spot, nylon stripe, flat wool, chunky ribbed wool, ribbed cotton, cotton 'geometry' pattern... and we have just a few pairs of chunky ribbed wool knee high socks (from RRP $28 to $45)
Milly Sleeping, the hardware store, trusty Lua café and, seemingly, the indefatigable rain clouds, will be OPEN TODAY on Elgin Street, from 12 until 5.
After six and a half years of opening on Sundays, we've decided ... not to (at least for a little whlle). Milly Sleeping's new trading hours are as follows ...
157 Elgin Street, Carlton:
Tuesday ... 11 — 5
Wednesday ... 11 — 5
Thursday ... 11 — 6
Friday ... 11 — 6
Saturday ... 10 — 5
Closed Sunday & Monday
Milly sleeping in the maid's room, upstairs at Von Haus on Crossley Street, City
Friday ... 12 — 6
Saturday ... 12 — 6
We hope to see you soon!
Nine new beauties have just found their way into our online store, a great mix of pieces for inbetween seasons. All of the garments and accessories are available at discounted prices, and will be posted (express) within Australia at no additional charge. Quantities are very limited. If you have any questions or would like to see more imagery, please email email@example.com.
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No. The only prediction I can safely make is that there will be more additions to the online store soon, including beloved merino basics by Strange & Strange.