The market and community vibe never fail to deliver on the promise of discovery. This weekend is going to be a banner one with over a dozen new designers and vintage collectors coming to market — there’s bound to be something in the mix for everyone!
Britt By Britt (photo above) is designer Brittany Bolton’s design line inspired by nature and born in the raw taking what are often large, roughly carved crystals and building intricate jewels and some of the most stunning dream-catchers this side of the galaxy around them. Saturday & Sunday
Every outfit has its story. Collections by Lucyann and Dorothy & June has hundreds of them. Literally. Founded by 2 young women fascinated and in love with fine vintage, shopkeeps and vintage thrillists Lucyann Wheeless and Kyle Vereyken have previously shown and sold their collections of fine men’s & women’s vintage clothing from the 1950’s to 1990’s by appointment only to a who’s who on the stylist and fashion set. They’re making it all available to the people – this weekend only!
Little Circles has the potential to blow you away with MoMA-shop-worthy fine and wearable art made entirely out of paper. Artist Erin Curet’s wall pieces are created through an intricate process of painting, cutting, securing, shaping and placing thousands of strips of colorful paper in a mosaic style to result in true wearable art. Big and bold and light and impactful. Saturday & Sunday
Limegreen is in the house with their organic and all-natural scrubs, oils, sprays, washes and other pleasurable potions for your home, baby and garden make right here in Brooklyn, USA. Maker Talima Davis has been concocting and growing her line of products for more than 5 years now, a fact and feat that has her in contention for the amazing Martha Stewart American Made awards. Get out and shop, get out and vote this Sunday only.
We say it a lot in these parts: what’s in a name? Ask the folks behind Circus Freak Vintage this Sunday and you’re sure to be affected by their infectious love of fashion and admiration of all things fantastical, exceptional and eccentric. Sunday only
2 immensely talented jewelry designers make their return to Williamsburg this weekend. Poupette‘s Geri Kuhn was a fan favorite back in 2009 in our old haunt on North 6th Street with her boho vibe, her French flair and a style that could only be considered eclectically European. She returns with new pieces, new collections and some of that unmistakable Gypsy chic attitude (Saturday only). Sparklefarm’s Erin Graves has been noticeably absent from the market these months but has been steadily working on her remix of old and new jewelry and accessories line and has a ton to show for it this weekend and next.