Oliver Proudlock & Caggie Dunlop, stars of Channel 4’s Made In Chelsea, will be hosting their own stalls at this year’s Soho Flea Market. Oliver’s on-trend men’s label, Serge DeNimes, and Caggie’s ISWAI (It Starts With An Idea) fashion imprint will be joining a collection of 60 stallholders at London’s premier artisan and designer crafts event.
Oliver Proudlock said “I am really looking forward to showing off my new range of Serge DeNimes designs for the summer on the streets of Soho at Soho Flea Market. It should be an amazing day on a Dean street closed to cars. What better way to spend a Sunday?” Caggie Dunlop said, “Soho Flea Market’s mix of boutique products and cutting-edge design is the perfect pitch for my ISWAI collections. It certainly will be a glamorous flea market!”
Following 2012’s resounding success with over 10,000 people attending, Soho Flea Market, the artisan and designer crafts event, is returning to the length and breadth of Dean Street, Soho, on Sunday 2nd June 2013, to present the UK’s up and coming creative talent, in support of children’s charity Kids Company http://www.kidsco.org.uk/.
Between noon and 8pm, the historic street will once again be closed to traffic and artisans, artists, fashion and jewellery designers, furniture makers, glassblowers, ceramicists, will be showcasing their wares, while new, hotly tipped musicians, bands and comedians will be performing on the stage.
Flaunting the spirit of fun and creative innovation, Soho Flea Market promises to be a highly entertaining day out with 8 hours of shopping, eating, and entertainment in a brilliantly iconic location. Participants include celebrated, beautiful ceramicists Melody Rose and Reiko Kaneko, on-trend fun casual wear, Plane Clothing, pug-themed decorations, Pugs Might Fly, natural and organic products, River Remedies, fashionable decoupage, The Baobab Tree, Queen prints to celebrate the Coronation anniversary, also being celebrated on 2nd June, from Drew Barton, art prints from JimBob Art, bright bold furniture from Velvet Eccentric and Something Or Other and last year’s success, typographical prints from Lucy Loves This. This year also sees the introduction of food including on-trend Meringue Girls, and Austrian deli Speck Mobile.
Businesses in and around Dean Street supporting Soho Flea Market, include, The Groucho Club, The Soho House Group, Quo Vadis, Dean Street Studios, The French House, and Blacks,
Last year’s Soho Flea Market (2012) drew tens of thousands of people to view a wide range of specifically-curated ‘creative market stalls’ and high-quality emerging music and comedy acts performing on the outdoor stage hosted by organiser and new music promoter, City Showcase.
A glamorous, high-end event, Soho Flea Market is a unique, must-go day out in London.
SOHO FLEA MARKET WEBSHOP
Products from stallholders including Red Dot award-winning Rokos design, Plane Clothing, Lovely Jojos, and Hanna Kokoshcka printed goods can now also be purchased from the brand new web shop on the Soho Flea Market website, www.cityshowcasemarkets.com.
Nanette Rigg, Founding Director of City Showcase added: ‘We were overwhelmed with public and media reaction to Soho Flea Market and are proud to be creating an even bigger showcase of the broadest range of creative talent possible in one of London’s most iconic streets’.
Fawn James of Soho Estates, who will be opening the event, said: ‘’Soho has a long creative tradition and has always flaunted its independent spirit which makes Soho Flea Market the perfect partner to showcase the wealth of creative talent in Soho, Westminster and London.”
For further information on Soho Flea Market please contact:
Matt Learmouth firstname.lastname@example.org 020 8996 1520/07966 781138
James Horrocks email@example.com 020 8996 1521/07515 709916.
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