Metre Market, the popular new boutique fashion event, is back for round three this Sunday 29 May and will now become a monthly event.

Located at the Morningside School of Arts, Metre Market will once again feature a fresh new line up of boutique market stalls, pre-loved fashion, live music, tasty eats, fresh blooms, coffee and more.

Following an impressive debut in February and successful second round in April, Metre Market is expected to draw even bigger crowds the third time round — and every month thereafter.

Metre Market co-founder Sarah Malengret says she’s been blown away by the support from the local community.

“There is just so much great local talent in Brisbane and we love being able to help provide a platform for all these incredible up-and-coming designers, artists and makers to gather and showcase their wares,” she says.

“The market is so much fun; we can’t wait to see it grow over the next year”.

Stall favourites set to return this Sunday include Soul Quartz, Imogen Stone, Rosie Lou, Far East Apparel, Today is Ours and Evangeline.

The line-up will also feature newcomers like Gypsy Love, Desert Wanderer, HAZE, Bella Bessie and The Logical Emotion.

On the food front, Toni’s Turkish, Rolls Pho Mi and Perfect Fruit will all be returning with their delicious street eats, along with Diegos Drop, Koffy Trike and August & Lucy, who will be keeping shoppers hydrated and caffeinated throughout the morning.

Making their Metre Market debut, Love Pedal Pop will also be joining the line-up with their tasty ice creams and refreshments, along with Wonderland Cake Factory with their sweet baked goods and Mother Africa with their popular African curries.

Metre Market’s epic pre-loved rack sale will kick off this Sunday as well, with over 40 Brisbane locals selling their pre-loved designer and vintage clothing from inside the Morningside School of Arts hall.

Sweet live tunes and rad acoustic covers will be provided by emerging Brisbane artist Maddie McHugh on the day.

The Metre Market will be held this Sunday 29 May from 9am to 2pm at Morningside School of Arts, and the last Sunday of every month from there on.