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Clothing the Gap Has Opened Its First-Ever Bricks-and-Mortar Retail Store in Brunswick – Concrete Playground



Aboriginal-owned and -led social enterprise Clothing the Gap campaigns for important issues impacting Indigenous Australians, promotes social change and invests in projects that make a difference in the lives of the country’s First Nations population. You may have seen its efforts against the copyright of the Aboriginal Flag with the Free the Flag campaign, or against the celebrations on January 26.

One way the organisation raises money and awareness is through its popular clothing. The line of meaningful merch has been such a success that Clothing the Gap has now opened a retail store in Melbourne, setting up shop on Sydney Road, Brunswick, Wurundjeri Country. Since opening in December 2020, the store has been a hub for Clothing the…

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