Makers and Shakers Market

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Sydney’s ethical homewares market is by the people who brought us Round She Goes

Marrickville Town Hall is home to a quarterly vintage fashion market by Round She Goes founder Emma Morris, this time focusing on ethical homewares.

“I’m a fairly conscious consumer and I appreciate workmanship and quality,” says Morris, who tells us she’s motivated by ethical shopping but that it wasn’t a conscious theme for this market. “I’m interested in that alternative experience, rather than going to a shopping centre where everything is the same, made in the same factories, this market is for new homewares that are made locally.”

Shallholders for the Makers and Shakers Market must either produce the items themselves or source those items ethically or locally. There’ll be 60 stallholders, including Nutie Donuts, It's a Public Holiday!, Mister Toast, Andrea Smith and the Story Book Rabbit. 

By: Emma Joyce

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