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Vivianna Luxury Boutique: Where to buy secondhand designer bags in Australia

Shoppers rush to little-known ‘secret’ boutique selling thousands of secondhand designer products at a fraction of the price

  • Aussie shoppers are flocking to a pre-loved designer store in Brisbane
  • Vivianna Luxury Boutique  sells designer bags, watches and jewellery
  • Fashionista Angela Pan boasted about the store in a now-viral TikTok video 

A fashionista has lifted the lid on where to score pre-loved designer products for a fraction of the original price.

Angela Pan, who moved to Brisbane from New Zealand, boasted about the Vivianna Luxury Boutique for its massive range of lavish buys. 

In a TikTok video, the 25-year-old praised the extravagant hidden gem located on the third floor in Market Square Sunnybank – just a 16 minute drive south from the CBD.

Customers can browse through hundreds of bags, watches and jewellery from past and current designer collections. 

Customers can browse through hundreds of bags, watches and jewellery from past and current designer collections

Angela Pan, who moved to Brisbane from New Zealand, boasted about the Vivianna Luxury Boutique for its massive range of lavish buys. Customers can browse through hundreds of bags, watches and jewellery from past and current designer collections

In a video shared on TikTok, Angela showed off some of her favourite picks - including a vintage Chanel bag

'There's so many unique designs I've never seen before. I totally recommend you going and checking it out,' she said

In a video shared on TikTok, Angela showed off some of her favourite picks – including a vintage Chanel and Dior bag. ‘There’s so many unique designs I’ve never seen before. I totally recommend you going and checking it out,’ she said

‘If you’re in Brisbane and you love designer bags, you to have to visit Vivianna Luxury Boutique,’ Angela said in the video.

‘They have so many preloved vintage and brand new bags. There’s shelves and shelves of Gucci, Dior, Prada and YSL.

‘So many unique designs I’ve never seen before. I totally recommend you going and checking it out.’

In the clip, Angela showcased a variety of bags, including a red YSL for just $700, a vintage nylon Dior bag for $1000, and a vintage Louis Vuitton runway bag from 2000 for $1020. 

There was also a selection of vintage Chanel bags that likely range from $5,000 up to $15,000. 

But some of the watches fetched for $68,000 and the jewellery was likely priced in the high thousands too.  

In the clip, Angela showcased a variety of bags, including a vintage Louis Vuitton runway bag from 2000 for $1020 (pictured)

There's also a wide selection of jewellery and Chanel necklaces (pictured)

In the clip, Angela showcased a variety of bags, including a vintage Louis Vuitton runway bag from 2000 for $1020 (left). There’s also a wide selection of jewellery and Chanel necklaces (right)

There was also a selection of vintage Chanel bags that likely range from $5,000 up to $15,000

But some of the watches fetched for $68,000 and the jewellery was likely priced in the high thousands too

There was also a selection of vintage Chanel bags that likely range from $5,000 up to $15,000. But some of the watches fetched for $68,000 and the jewellery was likely priced in the high thousands too (right)

HOW TO SPOT A FAKE DESIGNER HANDBAG

Serial number: All designer handbags are made with a serial number inside – this code is often neat and hard, not weak and faint 

Inspect the shape and material: Designer bags are made using high quality craftsmanship and materials

While fake bags may replicate the look of a designer bag, they don’t replicate the high quality and feel of the bag 

Check the stitching: Inside the bag should be well made, tight and neat 

Ask for the original receipt if possible: The receipt for a designer handbag is always stamped and is proof of authentication 

The video has since been viewed more than 92,000 times after six days, but some were sceptical.  

‘Are they authentic though?’ one person questioned, another said: ‘it’s the ‘only’ for me.’ 

‘Still can’t afford it, but thank you girl,’ a third wrote. 

‘I have the sudden and intense urge to come visit,’ one woman commented.

Another tagged a friend and simply wrote, ‘when are we going?’.

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Read more at DailyMail.co.uk



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