Fashion Stores in Sydney

Best Fashion Stores Sydney – Bassike

Sydney has no shortage of great shops and boutiques. When it comes to fashion there is a wealth of stores to choose from, whatever your personal aesthetic. Softer Volumes has curated a list of some of the best fashion stores in Sydney, offering men’s and women’s clothing from both local and international brands.


With multiple stores across the country, several of which are in Sydney, Incu is one of Australia’s leading fashion retailers. Featured brands include A.P.C., Maison Kitsune, Toteme, and Comme des Garçons Play.

The Galeries, 500 George St, Sydney
258 Oxford St, Paddington
Chatswood Chase, 345 Victoria Ave, Chatswood
110 Dunning Ave, Rosebery


Incu Clothing Store in The Galleries Shopping Centre, Sydney


Australian label VENROY takes an understated yet luxurious approach to fashion. Quality natural textiles and timeless, clean silhouettes meet in extremely comfortable, wearable pieces.

94–96 Gould St, Bondi
15 Glenmore Rd, Paddington
647 Military Rd, Mosman
58 William St, Paddington (Menswear only)


Best Clothing Stores in Sydney – VENROY


Considered, quality design is the focus of Jac+Jack, based between Sydney and Los Angeles. Simple pieces created with longevity and everyday wear in mind are elevated by careful choice of material, colour and design details.

82-92 Gould St, Bondi
126 Oxford St, Paddington
412-414 George St, Sydney


Sydney's Best Clothing Stores – Jac + Jack
Jac + Jack

Assembly Label

Inspired by the Australian coast, Assembly Label’s clothing is simple and practical with an easy-going air. A muted colour palette across the brand allows garments to complement one another effortlessly, and versatile pieces mean items are suited to a variety of occasions.

221 Bondi Rd, Bondi 
262 Oxford St, Paddington
79–81 Pittwater Rd, Manly
681a Military Rd, Mosman
448 Botany Rd, Beaconsfield


Best Fashion Stores in Sydney – Assembly Label
Assembly Label


Bassike creates sustainable, luxurious wardrobe staples. Beginning with t-shirts and trousers, the brand now offers a broad range of pieces including tailoring, knitwear, swimwear and shoes. The brand works with local producers, organic materials and sustainable manufacturing methods.

Cosmopolitan Centre, 2-22A Knox St, Double Bay 
Strand Arcade, 412-414 George St, Sydney
770 Military Rd, Mosman
26 Glenmore Rd, Paddington


Best Fashion Shops in Sydney – Bassike

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Fashion Boutiques in Sydney


244 King St, Newtown
267 Darling St, Balmain


The Standard Store

431 Crown St, Surry Hills


The Beach House, 178 Campbell Parade, Bondi

Mode Sportif

8 Cross St, Double Bay
1–5 Mandolong Rd, Mosman


Above The Clouds

Shop 4, 285A Crown St, Surry Hills


350 George St, Sydney

Fashion Brand Shops in Sydney

P Johnson

7 Walker Ln, Paddington

Saturdays NYC

180–186 Campbell Parade (entry via Gould St), Bondi

Orlebar Brown

79 Gould St, Bondi

Acne Studios

161 King St, Sydney
28 Glenmore Rd, Paddington


Nudie Jeans

The Galeries, 500 George St, Sydney
35 William St, Paddington
517 Botany Rd, Zetland



5 Martin Place, Sydney
500 Oxford St, Bondi Junction


Best Fashion Stores in Sydney

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