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Downtown's gonna be hot this weekend, and we're not talking just digits and degrees. In addition to the art haus fashion and music shindig Double Vision happening in the Arts District and two days of flea markets in the Historic Core, the Bay Street Bazaar has more shopping festivities to add to your DTLA itinerary.
Hosted by local mag LA Canvas and online boutique Koshka, the event takes place from 12pm to 6pm in the buzzing Arts District. For those who can't make Wasteland's insane four-hour sale, fret not: Koshka's own summer blowout means you can score UNIF, Samantha Pleet, One Teaspoon, Gypsy Junkies and more indie faves starting at $10. If that's not enough, thirteen more vendors will be also be selling their wares, including dapper menswear label GPPR, edgy cool e-shop Hellz Bellz, surfer brand Stussy, hat makers Goorin Bros. and plenty more.
The festivities will also include a DIY nail station by Scratch, gourmet grub from food trucks (of course!), a photo booth and art installations. As for libations, those of age can get refreshed at the Pabst Blue Ribbon beer garden, and attendees of all ages can gulp down soda floats from Jarritos. Plus, DJs from Dublab.com will be spinning tunes throughout the whole shebang.
Stoked to hit downtown? Check out the full roster of vendors at the event's Facebook page here.
· Bay Street Bazaar [Facebook]
· The Market Brings More Flea Festivities to Downtown [Racked]
· DTLA Flea Market Unveils Site Map and Vendor Sneak Peek [Racked]
· Fashion, Art, More Merge At DTLA's Double Vision On Saturday [Racked]
· Nab UNIF, Naven, More at Wasteland's 4-Hour Sale This Saturday [Racked]