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On Sunday, October 29, we’ll be hosting our biannual fashion flea market at A house Stockholm. As it's the second time A house is hosting us, we though it was time for some proper introductions.

A house launched in 2016 and is a community that works to generate creative development within the areas of media, food and fashion. They’re located in the School of Architecture’s old locales in Stockholm—a brutalist building that was actually singled out as the ugliest house in the city in 2013 (kind of funny, right?).
Within this space, they’ve created a members community with a mix of larger companies, smaller teams and solopreneurs, all joined together by their innovative, creative and entrepreneurial work. By gathering all these great minds underneath one roof, they’re given the unique chance to meet, work, connect, and develop business and new content.

A house offers both raw event spaces, like the one where we’ll be having the fashion flea on Sunday, and fully equipped ones. With these great spaces, and their extensive network of creative personalities, they can basically provide anything you need for any type of event.
Among the many amazing sellers you’ll be meeting on Sunday, two are also members of the A house community. Paulina Liffner von Sydow, founder of Little Liffner, and stylist Naomi Itkes will both be selling great pieces from their archives. Needless to say: you don’t want to miss it.

Get all info about Make it last’s Fashion Flea Market with The 2nd Edit here!

A house, Östermalmsgatan 26A, Stockholm
Sunday, October 29
12 am – 3 pm

We hope to see you there!

@wemakeitlast
@2ndedit
@Ahousestockholm


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