Just when you thought Bushwick couldn’t get any hipper, this co-op throws open its indie-artist-lovin’ doors. Founded by screenprinter Karin Persan, the market will be stocked entirely with locally handmade clothing, jewelry and accessories, including steals like SML Bags’ colorful clutches ($50–$150), the Hand of Fantima Designs’ chunky charm jewelry ($10–$50) and Joann Berman’s hip-hop–inspired garb ($50–$150). The venue also plans to events and workshops.
Bushwick is one of the trendiest areas in New York filled with great bars, street art and of course plenty of cool indie shops. The throwback finds you’ll nab at the 'hoods thrift shops are every vintage sifter's dream and there are plenty of new flea markets and record stores to explore. That's why we’ve narrowed it down to the very best stores and bazaars you’ll want to check out!
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