18th October – Fashion and Flea Traders

Our October fashion and flea market will run 10.00am – 4.00pm on Saturday on Levenshulme Train Station Car Park.

We love our fashion and flea markets – a vintage and style feast for the eyes (and the wallet) – and this week is no exception: fabulous jewellery from all over the globe, accessories galore, vintage finds, designer made (and sold) pieces for men, women and kids, home wares of the vintage variety from the tiniest mantelpiece ornament to full sized furniture – all fashion and flea life is here and the traders we have on are listed below.

AND – don’t forget, *never* forget, we will also have our fantastic food offer – staples to take away, like bread, cheese, meat, eggs and more, plus street food of the very finest quality and a full bar from the chaps and chapesses at Those Four – click here for all the details of who will be there!

9unicorns Crystals: Crystals, minerals and second hand goods – @9unicorns

Analog Archives: Records, CDs music related art and books – @ManchesterVinyl

Birdy: Indian craft leather goods – handbags, purses and wallets – @Chicamandita

Brocante Interiors: Vintage, decorative items for the home, with a strong French flavour

BubbleOff! Ltd: Two sisters who make quirky skin creams, cold pressed soaps, massage candles and oodles of lovely bath treats like fizz bombs, bubble bars, bath salts and their famous foaming bath sherbet! All products made in Manchester – @bubbleoff

Cabin Creative: Rare and unusual books and magazines (new and second hand), independently produced greeting cards and beautifully illustrated goods

Community Stall – Barakah Food Aid: Set up to help those in need of food in our local communities

Darkstar Leatherworks: Handmade leather accessories – wallets, guitar straps, messenger bags, journals, tablet sleeves

Dolly Clothes Peg: Vintage dreams for style queens! Here at Dolly Clothes Peg we are totally in love with vintage and we’re very excited to bring you the latest collection of our fave handpicked pieces. – @Dolly441

Faith in Fabric: I am an upholsterer, stitcher and furniture restorer.  I am a lover of beautiful furniture and am passionate about restoring and preserving them for future generations to use and enjoy.  I am here for you when your cherished pieces are looking a little mo – @faithinfabric

Flash Floozy: Glitz meets bohemian – handmade floral crowns, sequin and boho headwear and jewellery – @flashfloozy

Gimme That Thing: Handmade urban boho jewellery as featured in Vogue magazine – wire wrapped rings, sterling silver and verdigris patina earrings and cuff bracelets – PLUS vintage fashion and accessories – @GimmeThatThing

Greater Manchester Youth Network: Hand made jewellery and soaps

Hoolala: Vintage costume jewellery, vintage children’s toys, small collectibles, curios, miniature figurines, handmade charms and vintage glassware – @ihearthoolala

Jen & Tonic Jewellery: Vibrant handcrafted jewellery that is fun to wear – created by local artist Jen Gosling and made from paper and recycled leather – @JenTonicJewel

Kitscha: Antique, vintage, curios – @littlekitscha

Kou.Ki.Lou: Vintage clothes, accessories and printed t shirts

Little Gemz Clothing: Kids clothes

Little Sparrow: Clothes, shoes, bags, hats, bric-a-brac and upcycled furniture

Luna Vintage: Ladies and mens vintage clothing, accessories, jewellry, homewares, books and records from the 40s-90s, with a focus on the unique, interesting, cool, punk, unusual and beautiful.

Mojo Vintage: Vintage clothing, accessories, curios and bric a brac from 1920s to 1980s (specialising in the sixties and seventies). An eclectic collection – original, iconic,classic and fun.

Ola Vintage: Individually sourced, beautiful vintage and retro men’s and women’s clothing, shoes and accessories – @olavintage

Retro Morano: Original retro home ware partnered with quality vintage tea party essentials!

sosatsuma: Beautifully chunky hand knitted accessories created using only fine yarns such as merino wool, cashmere and alpaca – @sosatsuma

Tipsy Hedgehog: Vintage glass and china filled with gorgeous smelling candles

Traditional Ugandan Clothing: A team of 12 sixth form girls from Withington Girls’ School in Manchester, who are continuing their school’s work with the Glory Be Nursery School near to Kampala. Selling Ugandan made trousers – @WGSManchester

TyM Jewellery: Something for everyone – from more rustic weaving and macramé to stunning pearl-sets and gem-stone necklaces

Wackyjax Creations: Handcrafted jewellery, cards and gifts

Where the Flowers Grow: Handmade and vintage bags, dresses, kimonos and fabrics


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