It's our first year participating in the Lightfoot Market and we can't wait! Lightfoot is bringing together 70 sustainable vendors! Stop by for thoughtfully curated eco-friendly and ethical gifts for everyone this holiday season. Sustainability is super important to us and we're delighted to be in such green company. This holiday season you'll feel amazing knowing that not only will your gifts will be awesome and unique, but your purchases will be contributing directly to the care and protection of Mother Earth.
Threes Brewing's third installment of their annual holiday pop-up market will feature local makers vending jewelry, desserts, textiles and more.
Join us in the heated tents out back in The Yard and poke around at the rotating line-up of vendors! Shop locally while sipping a craft brew under heated lamps- what better way to prepare for the holidays?
Summer in the city means wandering through the streets, savoring delicacies along the way and definitely shopping NYC's most fabulous independent designers! FAD brings you 50+ incredible local brands you'll feel awesome supporting, so come check it out! Grab some grub and peruse some seriously cool wares.
Going back to my roots! Boston is my birth city and this summer I'll be heading back to participate in RCF Boston, held at the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts. This fair always has such a thoughtfully curated group of talented makers and designers, immersive special features, food + drink. It's not to be missed! I hope you'll come join us for some good Boston fun.
This summer Sophia Faye Jewelry will be participating in the renowned Renegade Craft Fair! This event brings together emerging designers and seasoned artisans alike to present an incredible market experience. There will be DIY workshops, food+drink, music and hundreds of fabulous indie artisans selling locally made goods. Come by, cool off and support the best of NYC's creatives.
FAD Market is a roving market celebrating the best in fashion, art & design. We'll be partying together at the Brooklyn Historical Society along with tons of other makers and artists. There will be a lineup of locally crafted artisanal food and drink on the museum’s front patio to wind down after checking out the market. See you there savvy New Yorkers!