Manly is known for it’s stunning beach, mega ferries and being the gateway to Sydney’s elusive northern beaches. Excitingly, this year it can also add to that list host of one of Sydney’s first sustainably-focused fashion boutiques, The Darley Collective! Online eco store Indigo Bazaar has partnered with likeminded local designers Linda Smyth of Betty Browne, Holly Turnbull of Masinissa and Linda Tahija of Linda Tahija Jewellery to create The Darley Collective. Carefully curated, the store features beautiful hand-finished jewellery, accessories and clothes selected from the aforementioned designers’ collections as well as some of the best local and global eco brands.
With the pop up shop’s focus on sourcing and creating ethical wares, Carlie Ballard of Indigo Bazaar emphasises, “As designers we believe we play an important role in creating and sourcing products that are not only on trend but will have a positive impact on the people and environment around us.” So if your looking for some last minute Christmas gifts or wanting to start the New year with a fresh and eco start, head on down to The Darley Collective at 2/22 Darley Road, Manly until January 31st.