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LA's favorite biannual concept bazaar is on the move. After setting up shop in DTLA's Arts District for the past year and a half, Parachute Market is bringing its interpretive design fair to JF Chen showroom's massive space in West Hollywood. Taking place on Saturday, September 20 and Sunday, September 21 from 11am to 6pm, the marketplace's fall installment promises a stellar roster of local vintage dealers and new object creators as part of its Ever Present theme, which explores "the inter-connected references between timeless and 'future collected' design." (Got that?)
On the fashion front, expect to find one-of-a-kind vintage clothing from Bliss and Mischief, luxe jewelry from Veronica M. Toub and many more local labels that will soon be confirmed. For your interior decor kick, LA-based designers and studios like Rachel Craven, Doug McCollough, Scout Regalia, Atelier de Troupe and others will be offering handmade furniture, home goods, decor, textiles and more.
In addition to featuring cool installations by Reform Gallery, T. Swift fave Big Daddy Antiques and other top-notch collectors, the the two-day event will also debut a new artisanal goods area stocked with wares by Victoria Morris Pottery, Winsome Brave, Sanae Intoxicants and more.
Into it? First-access preview tickets for Friday, September 19 are $65; otherwise, general admission is $12 at the door or $10 when you buy them in advance online here.
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