Curating The Curators: Presenting GH Market

Hosting markets is among our preferred Sunday activities. Lazy lattes and laid-back shopping, exactly what’s not to love! Throughout the years, dozens of vendors have actually taken over our tables to sell the very best of their collections, crafts, hand made appeal products, artwork, and clothes. It’s obvious that Toronto’s varied community of makers has a lot to offer!Since suppliers always work so diligently to curate their collections, we figure there must be simply as much care put into choosing how those suppliers are placed for each market. Image from @phoenix. vintage — see more below.That’s why we’re

presenting GH Marketplace, the series where we curate the curators.These regular monthly shopping experiences will highlight regional

artistsand business owners, artisanal manufacturers, innovative collectives and social business. Each market will be individually themed by dedicated guest manager, focusing in on a niche within our regional imaginative community.First Up: Legends Vintage Fashion Market Sunday Sept 16|10am-4pm Image Credit: @mayafuhr+ @bnmmodels

for very first ever edition of GH

Market, we’ve engaged among our favorite vintage style experts, Andrea Lalonde of @NouveauRicheVintage, to select a group a style focused/style forward suppliers to provide a dream Vintage shopping experience. Anybody severe about revealing their individual style through classic fashion pieces should mark their calendar and come by to check this market out!Featured Vendors Ian Drummond | @iandrummondcollection| Drummond has generated a collectionof vintage clothing, footwear, devices, textiles and ephemera over 25 years. Much of it is dedicated toward rental by means of the Ian Drummond Collection Inc. to film, tv, theatre productions, and print publications. The collection runs the gamut from duration historic clothing, with a strong focus on the 1920’s– 1990’s and consists of whatever from broken-down products for characters to the most classy dress.Phoenix Vintage | @phoenix. vintage Called among Canada’s Best Dressed 2018 by The

World and Mail, Madge Colleran lives and breathes vintage style. Her organisation, Phoenix Vintage, was established in 2012, offering out of her studio downtown Toronto, online, and through pop-up shops, trade programs, and markets.Make sure to likewise conserve the date for these other upcoming markets: Oct 28 Framed by Feminists (in partnership with Feminist Art Collective)Nov 18 Made by Feminists (in partnership with Feminist Art Collective) Textile Holiday Market

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