I, along with a good number of eager Brisbane women, was lucky enough to pop on in on the weekend to have a look, and of course walked out with a small collection of Aje myself. I assure you it's hard to resist! Especially when the original prices range from $200 to $700 plus, and I walked away only spending $300 and had 4 beautiful items, two dresses and two tops folded delicately in my large Aje bag.
The best thing about this pop up shop is that there is no Aje store in Brisbane, so it's great to be able to get in and actually try on the clothes, on home turf, instead of just seeing them online or on the special occasion you get to venture interstate.
Open all this week from 10am – 5pm
This Thursday, Aje is open for late night shopping on James St until around 10pm. To add something a little bit more special, the designers Eddi and Aje will be there too.