Market Value

Inspiration

05.01.2017

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F Scott Fitzgerald once said that life starts all over again in the fall, but we like to think that spring is the real moment for finding oneself. Packing away winter wears always leaves room for the new, be that housewares, clothing or of course, shoes. With the coming of the new season we’re excited about exploring the unseen and taking the road less traveled, which in New York, leads to the untapped resources of markets and bazaars. Travel from Midtown West to the Lower East Side, discovering endless booths of artisan goods, classic furniture and vintage clothing that pairs perfectly with our spring collection. From open air flea markets to literally underground fairs, here are some of our favorite spots to snag buried treasures.

 

 

Essex Street Market
An ever-evolving mainstay of Manhattan’s Lower East Side, Essex Street Market opened in 1940 and has been not only a shopping destination but a social gathering place for residents ever since.

Images courtesy of EssexStreetMarket.com

Artists and Fleas
With outposts in Williamsburg and Chelsea, artists and fleas is a special place in which emerging artists, indie designers, and vintage collectors show and sell side by side.

Images courtesy of ArtistsAndFleas.com

Grand Central Market
One of Manhattan’s most historic and beautiful landmarks features an upscale food market showcasing both eclectic ingredients and typical NYC fare.

Image courtesy of Coco and Vine

Image courtesy of Grand Central Markey

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Nolita Outdoor Market
An understated Soho gem, Nolita Outdoor Market features unique and always handmade artisan items ranging from jewelry to children’s clothing.

Images courtesy of NolitaOutdoorMarket.com

Brooklyn Flea
A popular weekend destination for vintage lovers seeking furniture, vintage clothing, and antiques, Brooklyn Flea has enough tasty offerings to keep you satiated while you shop.

Images courtesy of BrooklynFlea.com

Chelsea Market
A charming food hall and shopping mall located in Manhattan’s Meatpacking district, Chelsea Market crowds can be intimidating but its variety of shops and cuisines ensure it’s worth the trip!'

Images courtesy of ChelseaMarket.com