These Iconic Streetwear Labels Are Opening A Concept Store In Brisbane

By Catherine Blake
2nd Nov 2018


They’ve been refreshing the wardrobes of Brisbane’s snappiest dressers for five years already, and now Violent Green and Apartment are integrating and relocating in one slick move.

On Friday 2 November, both stores will leave their Albert Street digs and set up in the thick of Queen Street Mall. From here they’ll be able to continue their good work showcasing the freshest and finest duds from both domestic and international clothing labels including APC, Perks and Mini, Norse Projects, Karen Walker, Lazy Oaf, Kowtow, and Dickies. The transition will also see bags and accessories from Comme des Garçons and New Zealands Deadly Ponies available in the conglomerate space.


New digs! @aptmnt and @violent_green have relocated to Level 1, 115 Queen St. Opening soon...

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The new store will also operate as the Carhartt WIP flagship where you can get kitted out in the finest and most durable jackets, overalls, beanies and backpacks.

Come by 1/115 Queen Street today to check out the new space, and in the meantime both stores are holding a stockroom sale (both instore and online) until Wednesday with up to 80% off some primo stuff so it’s well worth having a squiz of the old store before they move.

The details

What: Violent Green and Apartment official opening
When: Friday 2 November, 5pm
Where: 1/115 Queen Street Mall

For more details about the opening and what’s going on in either store, check out the social pages for Violent Green and Apartment and stay in the loop.

Image credit: Violent Green; Apartment

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