Tid kvar —

Högsta bud —

Thanks to every single one of you who came out to our fashion flea market yesterday at A house Stockholm.

We’re still high on the amazing atmosphere at yesterday’s flea market – thanks everyone for coming out and we hope no one had to wait in line for too long!
A special thanks to Tua and Chili at A house, Aplace, Grandpa, GodEl, GodDryck, Karma Coffee, Nailz.Did, Kvinnocenter Tensta-Hjulsta. Thanks to all contributing brands: Amend Atelier, ATP Atelier, Cheap Monday, House Of Dagmar, EYTYS, Filippa K, GANT, Odd Molly, OUR LEGACY, RESCHIA, Rodebjer, Stylein and BRIXTOL.

And thanks to all of you who bought things from the Make it last booth and to all our wonderful participating sellers renting tables – together we raised 52 955 SEK to Kvinnocenter Tensta-Hjulsta!

You still have a few hours to win tickets to Way Out West thanks to GodEl – enter the competition here!


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