Markets and pop-ups in Toronto for Feburary 2019 are ripe with gift ideas for that special someone (or yourself—you deserve it!) The Erotic Arts and Crafts Fair is back and there's a special Valentine's Day makers market. Streetwear, lingerie, fibres and more are all for sale as well.Events you might want to check out:
Erotic Arts and Crafts Fair (February 2 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Valentine's Day is upon us and this arts and crafts fair is full of sexy goodies, erotic items and romantic gifts for you and your main squeeze.
The Deadstock Depot (February 2 @ ArtscapeSandbox)
Jawnz enthuthiasts rejoice as the Deadstock Depot returns with a huge selection of handpicked vintage streetwear finds from top designers.
LandMade (February 3 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Knitters can get their hands on fibres from 10 local fibre farms around the province from bumper crop of the fibre they have raised themselves.
Mary Young Pop-Up (February 8-10 @ 525 Queen St W)
Unique, contemporary and stylish lingerie is on sale as Mary Young pops up with a new collection, love care cards and floral bouquets to take home.
Toronto Art Crawl (February 10 @ The Great Hall)
Over 50 local artists are coming out for a day of shopping with lots of handmade goodies, fashion, jewellery, home decor, vintage, photography and more.
Heart Crafted (February 10 @ The Workroom)
A sweet pre-Valentines pop-up market is on with local, handmade items including health and beauty goodies, ceramics, plants, home and accessories.
Objects of Desire (February 10 @ Gladstone Hotel)
If you're looking for a gift for someone special (or you), this market is geared towards art, design, craft and fashion that are both beautiful and practical.
The Leslieville Flea (February 17 @ The Fermenting Cellar)
Back again is this huge makers market with 50 artisans on hand that specialize in vintage goods, arts and crafts, food and health and beauty and decor.
The Trinity Bellwoods Flea (February 17 @ The Great Hall)
The Great Hall is set to fill up with local artists and makers as the flea hosts a huge market stacked with locally- and sustainably-made goods.
The Wedding Co. Market (February 24 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
Toronto's own wedding experts and specialists are gathering to showcase their creations, inform and assist planners in making weddings come to life.
by Lisa Power via blogTO