Meroun Kebede

Co-working at the NAB Village brings me into contact with some folk doing interesting things and today’s BusiChic is just one example.

Meroun Kebede is the founder of The Classic Future Fashion House line of accessories and co-founder of the Compass Market Festival that is on in St Kilda this weekend.

Meroun Kebede wears colour to work

A fun and fabulous approach to workwear, Creative Maroun adds polish to a fun party frock and statement accessories by pairing with a blazer and classic shape work bag. The open-toe ankle boots are another great twist on a great work staple that might push the boundaries of some workplace dresscodes but works perfectly for Maroun’s as a Creative business owner.

Meroun Kebede accessories

A great personality and smile helps Maroun’s accessories to shine bright.

tan bag and black open toe ankle boots

A classic shape work bag will add work-appropriate polish to any ensemble. This one has the added bonus of being a great carry-all for one’s entire life!

Maroun wears: Dress Vintage silk dress found in Amsterdam | Blazer Toronto-found men’s vintage | Accessories The Classic Future Fashion House | Bag Bentleigh Market Sample Store | Shoes TCF Samples (ours) Available only Made to Order.


Maroun and her team have created a fashion and food festival which they hope will bring the city together to celebrate artists, designers and diversity. It’s their first market so if you don’t have plans, head down and see what it’s all about for yourselves!

Compass Market Festival on this Saturday (25th October), 11am to 10.30pm: Level 1, 118A Carlisle Street, St Kilda

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