As New York City is starting to get some love from the sun and design makers are getting out of the winter sleep (and their tiny studios), a few exciting markets are coming up to showcase the new. Here’re the ones you should know.

1.Renegade Craft

Featuring hundreds of makers and designers, the largest independent craft fair curates one of the most tasteful selections. Over the two days, you’ll be able to browse and shop unique gifts, see interactive features, and taste local artisanal food.

renegadecraft.com
Instagram: @renegadecraft

CityDateVenue
Brooklyn
Jun 22—23Brooklyn Expo Center
ChicagoMay 11—12S. Halsted St.
ChicagoJul 19—21Pitchfork Music Festival

2. Phoenicia Flea

The Flea, according to founder James Anthony, coordinates a group of tasteful, small-batch manufacturers whose handmade products are accessible to anyone visiting the show. And here’s another good reason to visit — every market of the season will be hosted at a different location in small towns across the Catskills.

phoeniciaflea.com
Instagram: @phoeniciaflea

CityDateVenue
Brooklyn
May 11—12The Williamsburg Hotel
Round Top, NYMay 25—26Glen Falls House
Hudson, NY
Jun 15—16Olde York Farm
Greenville, NYJun 22—23The Woodhouse Lodge
Livingston Manor, NYJul 6—7Catskill Brewery
Tannersville, NYJul 13—14Hunter Foundation
Woodstock, NYJul 20—21Woodstock Way Hotel
West Stockbridge, MAAug 3—4Turn Park
Mountain Dale, NYAug 10—11Social Sculpture Park
Asbury Park, NJAug 17—18Asbury Park Boardwalk
Wallkill, NYAug 31—1The Greenhouses

3. FAD Market

Moving fashion, art and design makers’ market and flea that brings together emerging artists and designers from all backgrounds and mediums, together with vintage, reclaimed goods and collectibles.

fadmarket.co
Instagram: @fadmarket

CityDateVenue
Brooklyn
May 11—12The Invisible Dog Art Center
BrooklynJun 15—16 (food only)The Invisible Dog Art Center
BrooklynJun 22—23City Point
Brooklyn
Jun 29—30 (family)The Invisible Dog Art Center
BrooklynJul 13—14The Invisible Dog Art Center
BrooklynJul 27—28The Invisible Dog Art Center

4. Artists & Fleas

Keeping an eclectic curation of local makers as well as impeccable curators of vintage clothing, accessories and print ephemera, Artists & Fleas has 3 locations in NYC — and has just relaunched their Brooklyn location with a whole new look.

artistsandfleas.com
Instagram: @artistsandfleas

NeighborhoodAddressHours
Brooklyn70 North 7th St.Sat & Sun: 10AM – 7PM
SoHo568 Broadway @ Prince St.Mon – Sun: 11AM – 8PM
Chelsea88 10th Ave. @ W. 15th St.Mon – Sat: 10AM – 9PM
Sun: 10AM – 8PM

5. American Field

The show brings together a balanced selection of clothing and accessories with an American heritage feel — high-quality leather bags, shoes, custom apothecary and more.

shopaf.co
Instagram: @shopaf.co

CityDateVenue
BostonSep 28—29The Innovation and Design Building
BrooklynNov 16—17Brooklyn Expo Center

6. Hester Street Fair

Founded in 2010 by three Lower East Side locals, the fair has become a one-of-a-kind curious, cultural gathering, drawing from the diversity of the neighborhood and New York City at large.

hesterstreetfair.com
@hesterstreetfair

DateSpecial event
May 18Saturday Market
May 19CBD Festival
Jun 1Vintage Day
Jun 2Cultural Traffic Print Fair
Jun 8Saturday Market
Jun 29Saturday Market

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