Thread Den: Locally Sewn Fashion

Thread Den: Locally Sewn Fashion

Sew-it-yourself vintage inspired clothing takes root in Melbourne.

Sonja Kallstrom
  • 5 august 2010

Evolving from its original concept as a community lounge for sewing and socializing, Thread Den has become a destination for supporters of Australian-made clothing and vintage fashion.

Playfully blending a 1950s housewife vibe with modern DIY craft culture, the street-level retail front features a curated selection of over 50 local independent designers and vintage clothes while the upstairs studio is reserved for crafting classes and sewing machine hire.

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