A Guide to the Best Artisan, Farmer, Food & Flea Markets

Artisan Markets

The artisan markets are home to many of New York’s most talented designers, craftspeople and fine artists. These markets take traditional craft fairs to the next level through fine design, wild creativity, and innovative use of technology. Visit the artisan markets and buy handmade products directly from the people who made them. You will find future trends in jewelry, accessories, fashion designs, decorative pillows and lamps, candles, organic body products and so much more.

Press Release: Two Fair Ladies Are Bringing Handmade Goodness to the Upper East Side

Two Fair Ladies, the fabulous organization that brings us local yet world-class artisan and craft markets, is doing it again this weekend on the Upper East Side. This event is a fundraiser for PS 6, which has a wonderful history. I’m happy to post their full press release. Karen Seiger,

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Weekend Market Picks October 17, 18, & 19, 2014: Vintage Jewelry at the Chelsea Flea

The Chelsea Flea Market is a wonderful place to spend several hours getting lost in history. Since the Antiques Garage closed to make way for a new high rise building, this outdoor market has become the new home to many sellers of old things. Strolling through the generous rows of

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Proudly Displayed: Pop Chart Lab Design in Brazil’s Apple Museum

Few brands foster the level of devotion and passion that Apple Inc. does. And few companies have literally changed the way humans work, play and interact like Apple. I admit that James and I waited in line for the first iPhone back in 2007, sitting on the sidewalk at Houston

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Weekend Market Picks October 10, 11 & 12, 2014: Glorious Gourds

This weekend is chock full of amazing markets, including three new ones! I love fall, with cool days, cozy nights and the new season of vegetables, Not to mention the gourds and pumpkins! If you want my recipe for Butternut Squash Soup with Roasted Chestnut Morsels, let me know! WEEKEND

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Weekend Market Picks October 4 & 5, 2014: Stand With Sanju

  You know how much I adore things that are made by hand. If I find something made by a child, it means even more to me. Except when that child is actually working in a factory 18 hours a day for no pay, little food and no education. So

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