Excursion to Paddington Streets

Paddington Market is the right place to explore creativity and get awestruck by the design and culture. It is Sydney’s longest running community market, began in 1973 in the heritage listed Sandstone Paddington Uniting Church. The place is meant for artists and designers to mingle and share their stories.

A place for creative artists that offers emerging talent in Art, Design and Fashion. It has provided a platform for everyone from Lisa Ho to dinosaur design and today has become the big, crowded open air weekend. Antique shops can be found in Paddington Streets, Juniper Hall in Oxford Street has lovely antique pieces for Sale.

When you first enter Paddington it’s hard to ascribe a character to it. The main landmark is the impressive Paddington Station, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. There are Jewish, Greek, Middle Eastern and Asian communities co-habiting near the Paddington station. The Paddington street lures crazy shoppers with classy boutiques Jack-Jack, Mauourg, The Corner shop, Elegantly set.

Paddington is a home to intriguing fashion boutiques, explore the eclectic streets like Glenmore road, William street, and step into must see boutiques enlisted below:-

Assin Paddington A fashion store highlighting the collections of the designers including classic brands like Dior Homme and Lanvin as well as top picks from Japanese wunderkind Miharayasuhiro.

Attic A sophisticated shopping for men and women offering fragrances, home accessories and international labels including Givenchi, Alexander Mc Queen and many more.

Camila Boutique CamilaFrank’s latest collection showcases a love triangle between fashion, art and architecture that radiates vibrant colors and digital prints on the silhouettes.

D PortfolioThis designer portfolio celebrates individualism and showcases unconventional clothing, accessories and vintage elements inspired by real women.

Di Nuovo a fashion Mecca that has the mint condition women’s clothes and accessories from many top international labels.

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