Pop-Up Pick: shop mid-century antiques, handmade accessories and chic vintage apparel at The Post Market
This Sunday, The Post Market is popping up for its autumn shopping fair in The Great Hall on Queen West, giving visitors the opportunity to browse a variety of vintage, handmade and contemporary wares from Toronto-based retailers and artists. In addition to cozy fall clothing from local shops like Violet Crown Vintage, shoppers will find plenty of furniture (both vintage and modern), a range of holistic beauty products from brands like Province Apothecary and even some adorable apparel for pooches (think: dapper doggy pea coats and bow-ties). Look out for the new east-end design shop Goodfolk, which will be on-site selling folksy antiques and one-of-a-kind finds, like handwoven blankets from PEI. Accessories-wise, designer Michelle Ross is bringing in her chunky statement necklaces (which are handmade with semi-precious stones) and local artisans The Leather Atelier will be peddling their latest collection of cute purses and clutches. Though not everyone will jump at the chance to purchase skull candles from the Chief Salvage Company, this likely won’t be the type of market that requires heavy sifting to score quality goods.
Sept. 28, 10-. The Great Hall, 1087 Queen St., facebook.com
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