There’s no shortage of style at Melbourne’s new fashion destination, St Collins Lane, so don’t hesitate to check this out.
A reconstruction of the old Australia on Collins building, has created a pedestrian link between iconic Collins Street and Little Collins Street, to form a luxury shopping and eating precinct in keeping with Melbourne’s sophisticated fashion status.
There’s a welcoming feel here. A reception desk at the Collins Street entrance provides information and direction and all levels are easily accessed via the ultra modern escalators, elevators and walkways. Innovative, contemporary and cool – a seamless retail and dining mix – you are going to love it.
And you won’t be the only one! Indicative of its unique design and prestige is that it has attracted the flagship stores of TAG Heuer and Coach and foodie giants like Neil Perry.
Whether you like contemporary style or hipster-cool, there’s an exciting mix of boutiques featuring luxury brands including Furla, Zadig & Voltair, The Kooples and cult UK label REISS.
Add Australia’s first stores for the Paris brands, Sandro and Maje and you’ll find endless must-haves for your wardrobe updates.
When it’s time for a breather there’s a sophisticated mix of prestige foods on offer. No ordinary below ground cafes here. You’ll find The Aviary on Level II to be home to Neil Perry’s Burger Project, 70 Grams (pizza), Los Vida (Mexican) plus more, while on ground level, Runya’s Room is attracting droves for champagne and high tea.
It’s time to explore this state of the art shopping precinct and get your share of sophisticated retail therapy.