It's finally time again – Make it last's fashion flea market is back on Saturday!
Our forth fashion flea market takes place on Saturday at Musikaliska in Stockholm. By the number of attending on FB it may well be the most visited so far… And we will have more great things on sale than ever – around 30 fashion insiders will sell gems from their personal wardrobes at bargain prices. This year, the brands Stylein, Filippa K, GANT, GANT Rugger, ATP Atelier and House of Dagmar will also attend and sell things. The income generated by Make it last and the participating brands will be donated to UNCHR, which is UN:s refugee agency. All the private sellers’ will contribute with at least 500 SEK to UNCHR.
Participating sellers: Agnes Grefberg Braunerhielm, Anna-Sara Dåvik, Asrin Haidari, Brita Zackari, Carin Wester, Catrin Nilsson, Chili de Almeida Bendt, Columbine Smille, Daniella Johnsson, Dasha Girine, Dolores Haze, Emma Elwin, Emma Pettersson, Frida Hofslagare, Gustav Broström, Jimmy Guo, Joanna Fingal, Josefin Andersson, Josefin Dahlberg, Julia Stridh, Margaux Dietz, Mathilda Brusewitz, Maxinne Björk, Michaela Forni, Mikaela Hållén, Nicole Walker, Nike Felldin, Nina Campioni, Pamela Bellafesta, Sania Claus Demina, Sofia Dahlén, Susanne Tirziu, Tony Karlson med flera, samt ATP Atelier, Stylein, House of Dagmar, Filippa K, GANT och GANT Rugger.
Musikaliska, Nybrogkajen 11
Saturday 3 October at 12-3 pm
Bring cash or use Swish.
With the support of Carlsberg Hof Organic
And: Please bring your old mobile phone, it will be collected by Flyktingtelefonen and used for migrant children who need interpreters.
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