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If your idea of toasting winter's impending end involves shopping for spring-ready treasures, prep yourself for the return of A Current Affair. Once again, the pop-up marketplace is rounding up over 50 designer vintage vendors from across the land for a full day of booze-fueled retail therapy at Downtown's Cooper Design Space.
Taking place Saturday, April 4th from 1 to 7pm, expect to find pristine Chanel, Dior, and more luxe labels from New/Found, Scout, Tavin Boutique, Stoned Immaculate Vintage, Raggedy Threads, Bustown Modern, and many other local regulars alongside new exhibitors like LA's Passenger Vintage and The Kit Vintage, Nashville's Arrow and Anchor Antiques, and many more. As always, expect live beats by KCRW DJ Marion Hodges, an open bar, fresh bites, and endless flashback fashion inspo.
Discounted earlybird tickets are currently $16 (originally $20) for preview admission at 12pm and $8 (originally $10) for general admission here.
Want in for free? We're giving away one pair of preview admission tickets and two pairs of regular entry tickets; be one of the first three Racked readers to email email@example.com for a chance to win. Good luck!