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Flea Style is Coming to HOUSTON- May 7th
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CultureMap and Lexus Team Up for a Spectacular Holiday Pop-Up Shopping Experience

Flea Style is Coming to HOUSTON- May 7th

Houston Poster | Flea Style

Flea Style HOUSTON- May 7th

Flea Style (formerly The Dallas Flea) is taking its popular one-day market on the road this spring and setting up shop at Houston’s Silver Street Studios on May 7th. The event plans to have two shows a year in Houston (the second is slated for November 19th). Flea Style selected Houston as its first sister city location for its vibrant art scene and enthusiastic shoppers who have made their passionate demands heard for this curated marketplace hawking handmade, vintage and one-of-a-kind items to come to town. Attendees can expect 100-plus booths manned by artists, collectors, thrifters, junkers, pickers, painters, calligraphers, designers, potters and more. Vendors are traveling from all over Texas, and as far away as Oregon to showcase their wares. The incredibly talented lineup includes Tyler’s AAVintedge (vintage women’s clothing), Dallas’s Cowgirl Cuties (vintage cowboy boots), Portland, Oregon’s Ladies of Paradise (boho jewelry) as well as Houston darlings Manready Mercantile (gorgeous goods for guys and the home), Sunchild (beautiful handmade objects), Lynne Goode Vintage (retro/mid-century furniture) and Bole and Buck (rustic kitchen/home goods).

“We are ecstatic to bring our beloved show to Houston,” says Flea Style founder Brittany Cobb. “We know this hip and sophisticated city will love our unique market, where attendees can not only shop rare goods, but also meet the inspiring makers behind each item.”

Flea Style carefully curates its vendors to highlight unique, handmade, vintage and one-of-a-kind lifestyle wares, including: clothing, jewelry, art, furniture, décor, lighting, dog gear and children’s items. In addition to booths brimming with exceptional finds, shoppers can expect fun activities including The Shutterbus Photo Booth, a DIY floral crown station, live music and giveaways. And because even the most eager of shoppers needs to rest and refuel, there will be food trucks providing sustenance and a bar slinging drinks.

Flea Style takes place Saturday, May 7th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Silver Street Studios, which is located at 2000 Edwards St. The first 100 shoppers will score a free canvas tote goodie bag. Tickets are just $5 cash at the door, or skip the entrance line by purchasing pre-sale tickets HERE. Kids 12 and under get in free.

For more information, please visit the WEBSITE, and to keep up with the latest developments, check out the BLOG.

*All information via the press release.*

CultureMap and Lexus Team Up for a Spectacular Holiday Pop-Up Shopping Experience

CultureMap and Lexus recently teamed up to collaborate on a curated one-stop-shop for local holiday shopping. The inaugural event was held at Silver Street Studios and featured over 25 local designers and boutiques and offered lounges, photo booth, holiday entertainment and a complimentary gift-wrapping station.

The vendors included:

* Andrea Montgomery Designs
* Baanou
* Brooke Feather
* Cakewalk Style Shop
* Carla Christoph
* Cuatro
* French Cuff Boutique
* Katie Design
* KB Kasuals
* Laurier Blanc
* Manoosh
* New Living
* Phoenicia
* Pomp & Circumstance
* Q Custom Clothier / Rye 51
* Saint Cloud
* Sam and Lilli
* Shop the Symphony
* Space Montrose
* Ten Thousand Villages
* Tootsies
* Tres Chic
* WildBloom Boutique
* Theresa Roemer
* Sweet Suri Jewels
* Manready Mercantile
* Zavyer Jewels

Some take-aways from the event:

* Caftans are indeed VERY chic, thanks to Houston designer- Carla Christoph.

* Theresa Roemer (you may have heard of her ridiculously large three-story closet) showcased her namesake fashion brand. The clothing is manufactured by David Peck. She was also selling her brand of candles and signature truffles.

* The HERMES tray, faux fur vests and other curious assortments at Laurier Blanc.

* Sampling the ‘Sun A’ juice at the Big & Juicy Juice Bar/ Big Yoga booth.

* Wanting to show my California pride when I saw the California earrings at the Space Montrose booth.

* It was lovely meeting Travis and the guys behind Manready Mercantile. So hospitable! Loved that everything they offer is made in the USA. Oh and gentlemen, take note: one of their unique offerings are the ‘Beard and Mustache Treatments.’

* Finally seeing the Manoosh scarves in person. Yep, they are pretty amaze!

* The TREENG by New Living wooden statement rings… a MUST for 2015!

The whole pop-up shopping experience was just wonderful. It was nice seeing the smaller and local businesses getting the attention they deserve…and all under one roof.

Kudos to CultureMap and Lexus! Huge thanks to all the vendors and the CultureMap gals that were at the entrance, handing out warm welcomes to guests as they arrived. Tunes by DJ Bizonee. Oh and be sure to also check out the Washington Avenue Arts District website on the latest happenings in the area.

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