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Storefront Bazaar pop-up shop focuses on the handmade, vintage

December 07, 2012|By David A. Keeps

Twenty local merchants will be selling vintage and handmade goods at the Storefront Bazaar, a downtown L.A. Arts District pop-up store that will be open through Jan. 15. The pop-up is organized by the shopping site Bureau of Trade and anchored at Storefront, a vintage emporium opened this summer by set designer Coryander Friend.

Vendors include:

  • Furniture designer Lorca Cohen, a partner in the Window on Melrose Avenue. 
  • Lighting designer Brendan Ravenhill
  • Victoria Morris pottery
  • Grace Lee jewelry
  • Esquivel footwear
  • Everyw'air room sprays

Shoppers will see table linens by L.A. artist Rachel Craven, cutting boards by Liza Reyes, California Apothecary teas and Produce Project gift baskets.

Need some holiday greenery? Moon Canyon Designs will be selling air plants in wall hangings and terrariums, as well as ready-made and DIY wreaths. 

Storefront Bazaar kicks off with an opening party from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday (Dec. 7). Then it will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily at 821 E. 3rd St., Los Angeles.

On Dec. 15 and 16, Storefront Bazaar will host booths from the Echo Park Craft Fair.

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