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Scanlan Theodore

Fortitude Valley

Scanlan Theodore, a contemporary Australian fashion house, stands as one of Brisbane's best women’s clothing stores, and is celebrated for its iconic status amongst Brisbane fashionistas.

Nestled in Fortitude Valley on the corner of Ada Lane and James Street, the boutique is a haven for those seeking timeless designs that embody modern elegance and an independent spirit, with a range of in-season colours and patterns on the racks for every occasion in Brisbane. 

Scanlan Theodore, James Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, women's fashion house, where to buy ladies clothes in Brisbane

The brand has become synonymous with intelligent, well-crafted fashion, maintaining a steadfast commitment to its design philosophy of refined aesthetics and contemporary elegance since its inception. Scanlan Theodore's creations are a testament to artisanal craftsmanship, each piece reflecting a dedication to conscious craft and a keen curiosity of form.

Scanlan Theodore, James Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, women's fashion house, where to buy ladies clothes in Brisbane

To complement your outfit, in-store you will find a small selection of fashion accessories, such as bags, clutch purses & jewellery, along with shoes to complete the look.

Scanlan Theodore, James Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, women's fashion house, where to buy ladies clothes in Brisbane

Leading Scanlan Theodore's success are its foundation ready-to-wear collections, renowned for impeccable construction and innate wearability. The brand has successfully redefined femininity, empowering women globally with its sophisticated and intelligent designs.

Scanlan Theodore, James Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, women's fashion house, where to buy ladies clothes in Brisbane

For Brisbane's fashion-savvy women who look for high-end fashion and style, Scanlan Theodore is undoubtedly a go-to, offering a curated selection that seamlessly blends modernity and timeless style.

If you can’t make it in-store, you can easily order Scanlan Theodore online 24/7.

Nice to know – There is a street parking available, along with a free car park at the rear of the store, with access via Fortitude Lane and Ada Lane.

Shopping can work up an appetite, so take some time to check out why James Street is one of Brisbane's best eat streets HERE!

Scanlan Theodore

34 James St

Fortitude Valley

3257 0111

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