This eclectic bazaar is celebrating ten years as one of the city’s biggest indoor markets by upgrading to a larger, 8,500-square-foot space for the summer. Around 30 indie artisans and designers rent a space, hawking apparel for men ($30–$650) and women ($49–$220), jewelry ($40–$300), accessories ($25–$175) and handmade crafts ($150–$350). Browse the marketplace to discover Abby May vintage gemstone-and-chain necklaces ($120) and Nanako cotton tie-front tank dresses ($46). Choice men’s threads include celeb-favorite Japanese designer Hiro Takahashi’s animal-human-morphs graphic tees ($45). Vendors have been known to negotiate prices, so bring your best poker face.
|Venue name:||The Market NYC pop-up (CLOSED)||Contact:|
159 Bleecker St
|Cross street:||between Sullivan and Thompson Sts|
|Opening hours:||Wed–Sun noon–8pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 6 to Bleecker St|
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I've been a long time patron of Abbey Miller's jewelry and I must say I've never been disappointed. She makes all the pieces herself and the craftsmanship is unbelievable. The jewelry itself is absolutely stunning and I always receive compliments when I wear it. Abbey's prices are always reasonable and well worth the money.