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Market Sweep: Vendors Rising

The Dekalb Market (138 Willoughby St., at Flatbush Ave., Downtown Brooklyn) and Brooklyn Flea (176 Lafayette Ave., at Clermont Ave., Ft. Greene) reopen this weekend with a slew of new merchants. Here, eight freshman booths worth browsing.


DeKalb Market

Hot Trash Vintage
Rock-inspired garb heavy on fringes, feathers, and wild seventies prints.

Functional and ornamental cruiser accessories, including wooden crates and hand- painted bells and helmets.

Never Let Me Go
Collage art and leather, wood, and laser-cut-acrylic jewelry from a trio of Brooklyn designers.

Stockpile Designs
Industrial lamps cast from war relics: WWII bomb casings, Vietnam-era cluster bomblets, and fifties rifle shells.

Brooklyn Flea

Gowanus Furniture
Handmade hardwood cutting boards, shelving units, and bike racks.

Jones Music
Jazz, eighties rock, and reggae vinyl combed from Craigslist and tri-state music fairs.

Quarry Road Vintage
Art and furniture from the 1800s to the sixties unearthed by Hudson Valley designer Clare Felice.

Roots in Rust Rusted metal and salvaged wood turned into one-of-a-kind vessels for air plants by Zsuzsanna Barb.


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