17/02/2017
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Fashion Journal

Some of Australia's up-and-coming designers are joining forces from March 9-12, for a unique shopping experience and a look into the future of shopping.

Brauz, the app bridging the online and bricks-and-mortar retail, is supporting the Council of Textile and Fashion’s highly anticipated event, CTF Curated.

The first in a quarterly pop-up series, CTF Curated will offer the chance to shop designs from Chorus, Erik Yvon, Lott Studio, A.BCH, Lois Hazel and more.

You’ll also get the chance to check out the Brauz app in action. It brings all the perks that come with online shopping to the brick-and-mortar experience, logging your individual taste and buying habits to deliver a curated experience.

With the secret location recently revealed (a laneway studio off Little Bourke Street), it’s time to put this one in your diaries.

It's going down as part of this year’s Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival.

ctfcurated.com
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CTF Curated
L1 Studio
377 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC
Thursday March 9, 12pm–10pm
Friday March 10, 10am–9pm
Saturday March 11, 10am–6pm
Sunday March 12, 11am–5pm

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