Markets and pop-ups in Toronto this July will help you shop for some locally made duds. This month,Â there's a solid mix of fashion pop-ups, as well as food markets. Good summer vibes are available at each one for free.ÂEvents you might want to check out:
Chance & Fate Pop-Up (July 1-16 @ 1470 Yonge Street)
Chance & Fate is a women’s fashion specialty store. You'll find emerging labels, mostly imported from London, Denmark, Germany, L.A. and New York.
The Bunz Flea Ep.4 (July 4 @ Gladstone Hotel)
This edition features an open trading zone, live music and comedy, dozens and dozens of makers, and a few surprise services that'll make you want to stay all night.
The Deadstock Depot (July 8 @ 502 Adelaide West)
The fourth instalment of this vintage and streetwear market rounds up an astounding collection of 1980s, 90s and nu-wave street and sportswear.
The Goods Pop-Up Market (July 8 @ 1340 Queen St. West )
This pop-up market features 15 local vendors, DJs, giveaways, fashion and food.
Darling Mansion Yard Sale and Market (July 8 @ Darling Mansion)
Two women are selling their things in front of the Darling Masion, and everything will go for $10 or less with the exception of some higher end designer pieces.
Etsy Team Toronto Makers Marketplace (July 9 @ The Great Hall)
Forty of Toronto's best Etsy sellers come together to create a market made up of local fashion, art, home decor and handmade goods.
The Leslieville Flea (July 9 @ Ashbridge Estate)
This curated monthly market sells vintage pieces, antiques, collectibles, furniture, handcrafted goods and way more.
Night It Up! (July 14-16 @ Markham Civic Centre)
This night market opens late, at 11 p.m., and features a smorgasbord of food and beverages. It's well worth the trip to Markham.
For The Low Market Pop-Up (July 15 @ Blank Canvas Gallery)
Find quirky, unique things for your life and for the 'gram, all at low prices.
The Trinity Bellwoods Flea (July 16 @ The Great Hall)
Check out this market featuring local artisans, designers and vendors. Admission is free, dogs are welcome and there will also be food and drinks too.
Junction Night Market (July 22 @ The Junction neighbourhood)
Dive into an evening of local food, craft beer, cider and wine in the Junction. Each food and drink item will set you back $5.
Pop-Villa Pop-Up (July 18 @ 1470 Yonge Street)
This pop-up event showcases products and services related to wellness and personal empowerment.
Fair Trade, Fashion and Market (July 25 @ Centre for Social Innovation (Annex) )
Cambio Market and Akaba Design come together for this market featuring local Filipino makers, designers and chefs.
Vintage Menswear Pop-Up (July 29 - August 4 @ 1470 Yonge Street)
Find a collection of vintage designer menswear by Doug Stone, an artist from Toronto. The specialty collection includes pieces from Armani, Valentino and Paul Smith.
Etsy Sunday Market (July 30 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
Enjoy local cuisine while browsing artisanal vendors offering homemade products at this adorable and local Etsy market.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO