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Win big at the Renegade Craft Fair giveaway

Enter for a chance to win $1,595 worth of cutesy home goods, jewelry and more

Photograph: Courtesy Renegade Craft Fair

Hundreds of New York’s most talented makers will be setting up shop at the free and super-cool Renegade Craft Fair, located at the Brooklyn Expo Center (72 Noble St, Brooklyn) on June 17 and 18. Better yet, Time Out is giving you the chance to win a prize pack featuring stellar products from the best vendors there.

If you’re unfamiliar, The Renegade Craft Fair shows off the best independent handmade crafts in a vibrant and contemporary marketplace setting, complete with great food and drinks. The craft extravaganza attracts more than 325,000 shoppers in major cities like Chicago, Portland, Los Angeles and London.

Enter the Time Out Renegade Craft Fair Maker Giveaway for a chance to score goodies for a total retail value of $1,595, which will give your wardrobe and home a much-needed spruce. Here’s a sneak peek of the loot you could potentially win from these incredible vendors below!

RECOMMENDED: Full guide to the Renegade Craft Fair

Time Out Renegade Craft Fair Maker Giveaway Official Rules

CONTEST RULES: One entry per person. These competitions are open to any U.S. resident (unless otherwise stated) except employees of Time Out and sponsoring organizations, their agents or anyone directly connected to these promotions. No purchase required for this promotion. Contest valid 6/9/17 through 6/20/17 at 9:00AM CST. Winners must be 21 years of age or older unless otherwise stated. Prizes are as described above; no cash alternatives will be given. Prizes may not be sold, traded, transferred or refunded. Any and all federal, state and local taxes are the responsibility of the winner. If for any reason winners are unable to use prizes within the time specified, the participating organizations are not responsible for providing replacement prizes. No make goods will be given in the event of a canceled or rescheduled event. Total prize valued at $1,595.

DISCLAIMER AND WAIVER: Time Out does not endorse or make any representation about the prize or quality of the services that are part of the prize. By participating in this contest, entrants agree to receive promotional emails from Time Out and waive any claims against Time Out arising out of use of the prize and related services. The odds of winning are relative to the number of correct, eligible entries received; winners will be drawn at random from this pool.

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Renegade Craft Fair giveaway

5th26

5th26

5th26 was founded in 2016 by designer Brandon Tang, who spent 10 years working for fashion brands across the world. The company produces a variety of home decor objects, like these adorable oil lamps ($150). The pieces hold liquid at the top—making the flame literally float—and there's space at the base to spruce the lamp up with decorative stones or flowers. 

Erin Wengrovius Ceramics

Erin Wengrovius Ceramics

Erin Wengrovius produces a compelling line of ceramic products out of her Brooklyn studio. Her works are largely inspired by her childhood, and that sentiment shines through in these handmade pots ($100). They're perfect for small plants, snacks or anything else that one might keep on a side table or windowsill. 

Hooks and Luxe

Hooks and Luxe

She's making jewelry now, and by she, we mean Ryoko Kitazawa. After moving to NYC from Japan in 2009, the artist began creating a unique line of accessories under the monniker Hooks and Luxe. These pieces—pearl teardrop earrings ($42), a semi-circle hammered necklace ($54) and gold long arc earrings ($20)—are a perfect way to add a special flair to your style. 

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J.VanSuch Studio

J.VanSuch Studio

Brooklyn-based textile designer Julie Vansuch puts a modern twist on classic patterns. From scarves to kerchiefs to headbands, her work is printed in Como, Italy, and are inspired by landscapes and geometry. This scarf ($149), for example, draws from vantages of mountain landscapes.

Jenna Aliyah

Jenna Aliyah

Jenna Aliyah's products might not be vintage, but they're directly inspired by crafts of yesteryear. These pieces from the New Jersey-based printer and stitcher call back to the '60s—the body purse and wallet draw from Casablanca, and the pineapple linen pouch evokes a post-war vibe ($110). 

Spencer Devine

Spencer Devine

Traveling is great and all, but exploring the corners of the world is all the better when you're posh AF. Spencer Devine's line of convertible hand and travel bags are born out of the Assam Capsule Project, which gives artisans in India the opportunity to earn money and experience while they grow their businesses. The bag featured here is made completely from finely-woven recycled plastic, and the two pouches are sourced from Italian leather and custom woven fabric ($178).

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Mier Luo

Mier Luo

Rocking a porcelain necklace from Mier Luo will surely turn some heads as you galavant across New York this summer. These gold-dipped studs and matching necklace are formed from clay and assembled with 14-karat gold-filled findings ($120). 

The Salt Cure

The Salt Cure

Renegade Craft Fair is filled to the brim with beautiful ceramics, and the works produced by The Salt Cure are among them. The artist is offering a "pink wave" planter ($38), a black and blue panter ($24) and a phases ring dish ($17), which is made for storing or accenting jewelry. 

Virginie Millefiori

Virginie Millefiori

If Paris and New York are the fashion capitals of the world, then Virginie Millefiori a perfect bridge between the two. The artist came up in Paris and moved to NYC in 2011. She's been creating fashionable pieces of jewelry since, like this "Kiss Ring" ($45) and Chevron cuff ($118). 

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Friend of All

Friend of All

Friend of All puts out works that aim to "achieve total transformation" to one's home. This Pink Moon Pyramid lamp ($275) is a perfect example of such. The piece is made of iridescent pink and green glass that's accented with opaque black streaks.

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