Our biannual flea market is three days away. Here are all the details.
Three days to go! The fall edition of our flea market, this time in partnership with Tradera, takes place on Saturday. And if you’re not in Stockholm or won’t make it to K-Märkt on Saturday 1 October you can partake online–all the 30 participating sellers will auction one of their best items online starting the day after the flea market. Check this space from 3 October!
Attend the event here.
Participating sellers: Sandra Beijer, Frida Gustavsson, Emma Elwin, Lisa Corneliusson, Nicole Walker, Michaela Forni, Madelene Billman, Josefin Dahlberg, Daniel Lindström, Angelica Blick, Nicole Falciani, Emma Pettersson, Sara Forsberg, Catrin Nilsson, Elin Edlund, Viktor Frisk, Hanna Friberg, Sarah Tjulander, Nina Campioni, Kristin Zetterlund, Filippa Lindén, Julia Stridh, Behnaz Aram, Chili Almeida Bendt, Emine Sander, Ursula Wångander, Susanne Tirziu, Mikaela Hållén, Maraux Dietz, Emilia Klang, Simone B Porseryd and perhaps Sandra Beijer and Elinor Nystedt.
Thanks ever so much to these brands for donating clothes for us to sell–all the proceeds go to Welcome, an app that makes it easier for newly arrived and locals to connect (download it!): Filippa K, GANT, Totême, Tiger of Sweden, Stylein, House of Dagmar, ATP Atelier, Odd Molly, Tretorn, Dr Denim, Kavat, E&E, Boomerang and Our Legacy.
Tradera Trend Flea Market
Saturday 1 October 12-4 pm
K-Märkt, Linnégatan 87
The flea market takes place in conjunction with Social Media Party.
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