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Shop at 3 pop-up markets in Zagreb this weekend

Records, clothes, household items and more – three pop-up spots allow you to grab a few rare finds in the Croatian capital

Written by
Jan Bantic

This weekend in Zagreb offers retro aficionados, design enthusiasts and eco-conscious shoppers three great pop-up opportunities to get their hands on all kinds of alternative and offbeat items. All three are in and around the centre of town, easily accessible by public transport.

BRAVO Buvljak – Preradovićeva 34

Operating under the slogan 'Migrating clothes from good to even better hands', the organisers behind the second pop-up BRAVO flea market/garage sale are big believers in circular fashion, where the minimisation of waste is the goal. This Saturday, May 11, at Preradovićeva 34, buyers can find a smattering of springtime clothes offerings (and some other wares too) from 11am to 4pm. Among the collections of clothing items will be high street brands as well as other more classic secondhand items, with the guiding principle being that someone’s forgotten wardrobe fixtures can be another’s golden find.

Ful Kul Buvljak – Boogaloo, Vukovarska 68

At the Boogaloo club on May 11, from 10am to 5pm, shoppers can find a whole range of items on sale at cut-rate prices, accompanied by music from DJ Tomi Phantasma at the decks. Here, huge collections of vinyl records, offbeat and secondhand clothing, trinkets, unique dice sets, old books and much more are ready to be browsed in a leisurely atmosphere. This is a recurring event, and its longstanding popularity is proven by the delight its return was met with in 2019 after a years-long hiatus. Five years later, it’s still going strong – go and check out why.

HUSH HUSH Market – Museum of Contemporary Art, Avenija Dubrovnik 17

Conceived as part-exhibition, part-market, the 13th HUSH HUSH Market will display the works of 40 local and regional designers and artists offering clothing, jewellery, decorative pieces and more. This two-day creative fair takes place on May 11-12 from 11am to 7pm, and represents a rare opportunity to gain access to such a huge selection of smaller brands and artists’ works in one place. More information about the 40 exhibitors and vendors can be found on their Facebook page and snippets of what's on offer can be perused through on their Instagram.

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