Manchester Vintage and Fashion Market

This summer marks a return for the Vintage Fashion Market which has moved from its once per month slot in Piccadilly Gardens leading up to the Northern Quarter, to an annual four-day event in St. Ann’s Square. Making it almost festival like! From 30th May until 2nd June 2013 you will find this mecca of vintage.

A cornucopia of vintage wares and contemporary fashion, this is the perfect place for searching for one-off finds that will make you stand out from the crowd. Mainly clothing and accessories you are sure to find something unique to fall in love with.

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You’ll find reworked vintage denim, vintage wax jackets, cloche hats and reworked vintage alongside a variety of quality authentic vintage goods. You’ll also fine one-off new pieces designed and made by local independent designers. To keep up to date with the traders who will be attending or if you’d like to sell some of your vintage ware then pop over to the Vintage Fashion Market page.

The market takes place in the ideal setting of St Ann’s Square, a shopping haven in the heart of Manchester city centre.

Adding to the festival vibe there will also be some fantastic food stalls selling freshly made and delicious street food, like hand made Thai pies, real flame wood-fired pizzas, ostrich burgers, and Spanish tapas.

For details on more markets held in Manchester throughout the year visit www.manchestermarkets.com

 

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2 Comments

  1. May 25, 2013 / 11:47 am

    Hello,

    I am a vintage retailer and was wondering if it would be possible to have a stall at the Manchester Vintage Market on Sunday 2nd June?Are there any spaces available?

    Thanks

    Holy Knit

    • admin
      May 25, 2013 / 2:42 pm

      Hello, I don’t put on fairs. This is a listings site, all the details if you want a stall at this particular fair are linked within the article. It’s ran by Manchester city council so if you click the highlighted words you will be taken to the relevant page on their website.
      Thanks