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It’s finally time for the fall edition of Make it last’s fashion flea market with The 2nd Edit. We welcome you to A house, Östermalmsgatan 26A, on Sunday October 29. Doors open at 12 am and close at 3 pm.

Following up on the success from last spring, we’re now opening up the doors for a sixth round of Make it last’s big fashion flea market. This time, we’ve partnered up with The 2nd Edit—a Danish platform for second hand designer fashion— to join the Swedish and Danish fashion scenes together for an afternoon of great second hand shopping, music, drinks and food. Fashion insiders from both countries will clear out their closets and sell their favorite items at great prices. We’ve also asked some of our favorite brands to contribute with clothes and accessories to be sold for the benefit of UNHCR.

UNHCR works to ensure that everybody has the right to seek asylum and find safe refuge having fled violence, persecution, war or disaster at home. Last time we managed to collect over 50 000 SEK to Kvinnocenter Tensta-Hjulsta—let’s beat that number!

Here is the full list of amazing people, brands and organizations that will greet you at the fashion flea:

The 2nd Edit
will be selling second hand designer fashion and give you the chance to win an exclusive gift card to use in their shop.
A house has invited us share their creative space once again. Wa can’t think of a better host or locale!
Vegan Schmegan Food Truck will park right outside the venue, serving up delicious vegan food.
Liffle Liffner has gone through their archives and will be selling luxurious bags from previous collections.
ATP Atelier has old stock to clear out too, and will be putting some of their pretty shoes up for sale.
EoE Glasses—the conscious eyewear brand—will be putting up some cool frames for sale.
Chili Bendt will be there to play us some awesome tunes – no shopping without music!

A big thanks to the following brands for generously donating clothes, shoes and accessories:

Filippa K, Rodebjer, GANT, Stylein, ATP Atelier and HOPE.

Also, expect to meet some of our favorite people selling gems from their private closets:

From Sweden: Columbine Smille, Mikaela Hållén, Michaela Forni, Sania Claus Demina, Hanna MW, Sofia Wood, Elinor Nystedt, Lisa Corneliusson, Emma Elwin, Agnes Grefberg Braunerhielm, Petra Tungården, Joanna Fingal, Silvana Imam, Julia Strid, Patricia Reyes, Naomi Itkes and Caroline Ellingsen. From Denmark: Laura Lawaetz and Cecilie Haugaard.

We hope to see you there!

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

Swish is king!



Johanna Andersson: Hej! Kontanter funkar, men det brukar vara väldigt begränsat med växel! x
October 23, 2017

Veronica: Funkar kontanter eller kort oxå?
October 23, 2017

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