For several weeks throughout 2013, Artists & Fleas returns to Chelsea Market in Manhattan for a series of pop-up residences.
Artists & Fleas at Chelsea Market promises to be a brand new experience in alternative retail – a curated marketplace of designers, artists and vintage dealers. Part designer showcase, part maker’s market, this pop-up will host over 30 independent creators and sellers of jewelry, art, design, home accessories, vintage clothing, and all things indie, funky, Brooklyn and bespoke from both Artists & Fleas’ 10 years in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and the larger creative community. In addition, the market will play host to an eclectic mix of weekly programming led by independent designers and artists open to the public.
Open 7 days a week from 10:00AM-7PM and located at 75 Ninth Avenue / 88 Tenth Avenue. A complete list of show dates can be found here.
New designers, artists and vintage collectors are added every 2 weeks. A partial list of participants includes:
Brooklyn-based jewelry and accessories designer FSMNYC aggressively pushes the fashion wearable envelope with looks and styles that shape, define and sing indie cred for the fashion-forward.
Paste is designer Jason Laurits’s offbeat and quirky graphics brought to life on silkscreened tees, swim trunks, and limited-edition lithograph prints.
avalove is the design house of Ava Hu that turns the stuff of poetry and dreams into pieces of design and fashion. Her Spring concept shop, entitled Magic, debuts at Chelsea Market.
Vintage purveyors and sartorial wunderkinds QP & Monty span time and place with their vintage emporium specializing in menswear, housewares and curiosities curated by veteran Manhattan vintage enthusiasts Pamela Moore and Ignacio Quiles.
GoLLY creates collectible, one-of-a-kind t-shirts made from repurposed vintage applique referencing pop culture icons from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s in New York’s East Village since 1999.
Evolving Habitat creates beautifully re-purposed, handcrafted products for the home out of items abandoned by life and by nature under designer Meri Vallo’s disciplined design philosophy of: reclaim, reuse, relive.
The Blue Hound Jewelry is a hand-made collection of jewelry for men & women combining industrial, vintage & textural influences.
The Greedy Seagull is vintage fashion and design director Giana Stanigar’s homage to early and mid-20th Century vintage clothing and accessories.
Cynthia Rybakoff is a native New Yorker who has created jewelry for American fashion icons Isaac Mizrahi, Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger to name but a few. Expertly crafted in NYC with refined style and subtle artisan details, Cynthia designs modern vintage jewelry with a pop culture twist.
RIFLE + RADFORD is Brooklyn-based, Southwest-inspired design studio specializing in eclectic collections of handcrafted heritage jewelry, clothing and salvaged antiques, vintage housewares and home decor accents.
Churoncalla is globe-trotting man of letter Fredy Churoncalla’s timeless fascination with finding and creating beauty from the everyday with a line of upcycled and recycled jewelry featuring a unique mix of antique typewriter pieces, metal cutlery and curiosities from around the world.
naturevsfuture is Brooklyn-based designer Nina Valenti’s line of organic futurism via clothing and design that blends innovative, sculptural design with natural & sustainable fabrics.
Brooklyn Charm is Williamsburg’s premier jewelry shop for custom designed jewelry and jewelry supplies where makers, hobbyists and jewelry fans can pick out all the charms, beads, chain and more and have one-of-a-kind jewelry assembled on the spot while you wait.
Icon Style is the curated collection of rare estate jewelry and vintage fashion showpieces brought to market by vintage and antique seller Lara Kornbluh.
Additional designers, vintage collectors and artists include:
Deborah Shavlik and Studio DKS
Pamela Barsky Boutique & Studio and many others.
For vendor inquiries, contact email@example.com
For an up close look at some highlights from our December 2011 holiday pop-up market, please visit our Facebook page.