When an influx of young fashion designers joined the Chicago Antique Market in 2005, there was an uproar by antique dealers who were selling their wares first. However it didn’t take long for the “market of markets” to become the mix of styles, finds, and collections that Randolph Street Market is now known for today. To keep the blend of vendors year after year, founder Sally Schwartz consistently curates sellers and their inventory. It’s why buyers have come to expect a fresh surge of vintage goods in the forecast for the Windy City. Riding on last month’s successful event, “Spring Fling” a second antique show this season is slated for the weekend of March 24-25 in Chicago.
Working with us here at Krrb, the Randolph Street Market will list offerings from over 200 vendors in our hyper-local/mega-global marketplace. Shoppers of the European-style urban antique market can preview furnishings, vintage clothing, jewelry, and collectibles online as the show draws closer.
Free downtown furniture delivery, a re-upholstery station, and a consignment shop will be available onsite throughout the event. Also, don’t miss Chicago’s finest foodie vendors and Easter activities including hidden eggs and an appearance by the Easter Bunny. Ah yeah!
Stay tuned here to see more details about Randolph Street Market and the upcoming Spring Fling. You can always check Krrb for the latest goods coming out of Chicago.