• Karen Seiger

Weekend Market Picks, February 23-24, 2013 + Simply Curated

During a recent visit to Artists & Fleas in Williamsburg, I was smitten by a golden unicorn. Who wouldn’t be, right? It was perched on the side of a lovely, hand-poured, soy wax candle made by Sarah Cooley of Simply Curated.

Sarah’s charming booth boutique at the vintage and artisan market highlights her eye for color and style. She carefully selects every single item she sells, and her sense of design and color is evident in the way she displays her collections of homeware and tableware. It is a pleasure to talk with Sarah about the items in her shop, and she clearly enjoys finding and selling them to others who will appreciate their unique qualities.

My friend fell in love with a collection of dark blue and gold filigree highball glasses (pictured). She took them home with her, but not to worry! Sarah has many more from which to choose!


Visit Sarah and Simply Curated weekends at Artists & Fleas! And find her on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest!

Weekend Market Picks

Saturday, February 23, 2013

East 67th Street Flea Market: This Upper East Side flea market features traditional flea and vintage vendors selling a wide array of styles in jewelry, accessories and collectibles. It also does a service to the community by bringing in farmers to sell seasonal produce and delicious baked goods. 6AM – 5PM, East 67th St. between 1st and York Aves., Manhattan

Saturday & Sunday, February 23 & 24, 2013

Independent Designer Pop Shop: This is the final extension of the current pop up featuring 19 wonderful designers of jewelry, accessories, fashion and decor. Don’t miss this event. Who knows when they’ll pop up next? 10AM – 7PM, 75 9th Avenue, inside Chelsea Market, Manhattan

The Market NYC: Stop by the The Market NYC this weekend. This market attracts a lovely range of designers selling their jewelry, fashion, t-shirts, terrariums and so much more. Make sure to visit all four different sections, including the lower level with a rotating collection of artisans. Noon – 8PM, 159 Bleecker Street, between Thompson & Sullivan Streets, Manhattan

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Jackson Heights Greenmarket: Make a day of it in Queens! Stop by this large farmers market and show some support for our regional farmers who are out in the cold all season long bringing us delicious and nutritious products, including fruits and vegetables, bread and baked goods, honey, dairy, eggs and grass fed meats. 8AM – 3PM, 34th Ave at 77th St, Queens

Queens County Winter Food Market: Queens is showcasing her food talent! The Queens County Market is bringing together at least a dozen unique vendors selling their spices, sauces, chocolates, condiments, charcuterie and more. Shop, eat and drink – $4 mimosas and wine! 12PM – 4PM,  Sac’s Place, 2541 Broadway at 29 St. Astoria, Queens

See you at the markets! And let me know if you see any new unicorns.

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