There are lots of local markets on the weekend here in the city, but Hester Street Fair is one that is favored by many. This small patch of gated concrete inside of Seward Park attracts foodies, artisans and of course, vintage lovers! So, I decided to see what all the hub bub was about and took a stroll there this afternoon through the many tented booths chock full of good eats and secondhand treasures.
I was totally enamored of everything at the Cotillion Vintage booth. Anna Murrin, the owner, has a keen eye for quintessential feminine pieces. Her hats (among other things!) were calling out my name!
Here is the Wildfell Vintage booth! Amy Thorowgood has quite a lovely collection of pieces!
For all you dapper gentlemen out there, come to the Creme De La Cuff booth! Ken has amassed a wonderfully extensive collection of vintage cuff links, tie bars, tie tacks and other man candy from the 40’s & 50’s.
Here are Courtney & Marion of Love Junkie NY! These two fashionably fierce ladies love vintage and it shows! They had some great stuff at their both and they were very cool gals 😉
I fell in love with their emerald beaded evening gown!
Here is a booth of original NYC themed art by Live Art On The Street. Created by Nicolas and his brother Angel, these pieces are made from newspaper clippings and then painted onto canvas.
Over at the Collaborations of Love booth, these paintings immediately caught my attention. So many of my favorite people all in one place!
Earrings made from unused acrylic dentures? Yes they do exist!
Creepy! Get your own here (if u dare)!
Until next time, Dolls!