19th July – Fashion and Flea Stalls

Confession time: when we started out this year with our themes there were some in Levy Market Towers who were worried about whether the shoppers of the Market would take to a clothes/vintage theme…

…and it turns out we were WELL wrong! So far, our fashion and flea markets have been a runaway success, with some absolutely amazing sellers and crowds and crowds of discerning customers – of course, it doesn’t hurt that we have blessed with some very good weather for the fashion and vintage markets so far but, hey, we ain’t complaining!

We’re pleased to say that many of the excellent traders from last few months are back this month AND  we have a bunch of new traders joining the Levolution – with some awesome, fashion-forward goods up for grabs. Don’t forget that, as with every Levy market, we’ll have our awe inspiring selection of artisan food and drink sellers and street food merchants to keep your energy levels up, the fantastic POD bar and we have Neil’s famous Buttery café, offering the most stylish of teatime treats – check out the foodie listings here and all our fashion and flea sellers below!

9unicorns: Expertly second hand goods – from mid-century to shabby chic, a trove of real treasure – @elaine9unicorns

Afi Bijoux: Bags, jewellery and hair accessories in bright, summery African fabrics, perfect for holidays or for home – @afibijoux

Analog Archives: The record man! Records, CDs, cassettes (remember them?!), music-related books and art – @ManchesterVinyl

Betty Soo: A truly eclectic range of vintage men’s and women’s clothing and some handmade accessories. – @betty_soo

Blonde Saigon: Truly sunny summer styles – with handmade clothes and jewellery and tie dye collection – @Blonde_saigon

Brocante Interiors: Vintage objets de maison, with a strong French theme and quirky one off items ie. Metal trunks, restored wooden vintage boxes and enamel kitchenware and some one-off upcycled goods.

BubbleOff! Ltd: Handmade from scratch cold pressed soaps, face and body creams, luxurious face cream, skin serums, massage candles, bubble bars, fizz bombs, bath truffles, beard conditioning and styling products – @bubbleoff

Cabin Creative: Stylish vintage books, magazines, comics and zines, old and new, hand-printed greetings cards and other paper-based products.

Greater Manchester Youth Network: Stunning handmade jewellery and soaps from local young people.

Hoolala: An absolutely gorgeous range of fun costume jewellery, vintage children’s toys and vintage textiles

Inia Design: Ceramic tiles, knitted chain cuffs and necklaces, wire wrapped rings, hand sewn Soutache pendants and earrings.

Jabio: Designer women’s wear, presented by the designer herself – fantastic pieces in tweed and lighter fabrics – @littlesleeves

Lauren Galloway Vintage: Women’s vintage clothing and accessories and hand printed t-shirts

Lime Street Trading: A fantastic range of vintage furniture and effects – from full dining sets and filing cabinets to little mantelpiece ornaments – the full range of salvage, mid-century and more.

little gemz clothing: The kids shop! Children’s fun clothing, including tutus and other unique items you can’t find on high street

Little Sparrow: Clothes, jewellery, shoes, bags, hats, bric a brac and little revamped furniture pieces and shabby chic from the 60s, 70s, 80s and early 90s.

Lolas feathers: Synthetic hair feathers, feather earrings and feather bracelets

Luna Vintage: Clothes from the 20s to the 90s, as well as books, records, bric a brac and accessories.

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

one of a kind: Ladies and gents vintage clothing – @lizoneofakind

Shirt Flirt: Mens’ fashion, with dynamic, unusual shirts – take a look and be amazed! – @shirtflirt

Tipsy Hedgehog: Cuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuute candles in vintage china and glass – @Tipsyhedgehog

Janet Bezzant Vintage: Vintage and collectable clothing, accessories and household textiles/linens, textile and sewing focused collectables

Stephen Poupard: Second hand books, puppets, clothes, curiosities and more.

Where the flowers grow: Absolutely stunning handmade bags, purses, kimonos dresses and vintage items



  • July 17, 2014

    kathleen Ormerod

    Where is the market.

  • July 18, 2014

    Helen Power

    Hiya, the market is on the train station car park in Levenshulme – post code for Sat Navs is M19 3AB but if you’re driving you’ll need to park at Tesco Metro which is 3 minute’s walk away and free all day 🙂

Leave a Reply