Bunumuring Junior #2 and I spent a couple of hours in a factory outlets mall in Sydney today....
It's funny that some of the labels being discussed in is thread featured....
FILA had a shop but junior ignored it, and it was empty of customers in an otherwise busy mall...
Glue Store outlet had a large range of Ellese and Le Coq Sportif merchandise on sale, as well as their standard adidas/Nike/gstar raw etc....many customers inside
Volcom outlet had a huge range, all 20% off... We bought jeans there
Vans (usually juniour's favourite shop) had a good range but not as 'discounted prices' as normal.... We bought two pairs of shoes, socks and an awesome satchel I will use for work
Converse had a large store (one of the biggest in the complex) with a large range, but absolutely no customers inside!
justSport is the adidas clearance outlet in the complex and it was packed. It also stocks a brand neither of us had come across before called 'Spencer Reality' and junior bought a really great checked cotton long sleeve shirt from their range, reduced from $100 to $40. I loved it and wished that I had seen it first, lol!
Merrell likewise was packed
Aussie brands like Politix, Country Road, Sportscraft, Esprit and Bonds also have outlets in the complex and all were busy.
Swedish chain H&M had a 'pop up' clearance store which took us by surprise... It was in the large store previously operated as a Calvin Klein outlet, with no sign of any CK anywhere else in the complex
In the Stussy outlet we bought a couple of heavily discounted tshirts.
A fun day!
By the way, the discussion up thread about he FILA Ford Thunderbird reminded me of the time in the 80s when Australian fashion label Carla Zampatti had a 'labelled' Ford Capri convertible on sale, and I seem to remember Australian fashion brand Esprit also had a deal with Ford at some point in the 80s but I can't remember which model of Ford it was....
I just wanna live while I'm alive!