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Below is a list of vendors you can expect to see at the market this summeR! check back for more!
Ananya Murthy is a student at George Washington University and started painting last summer after the pandemic cancelled her internship she realized that she wanted to share her art with people. She made an Instagram to show my friends what she was working on, and people started DM’ing her to buy pieces. Since then, she’s been running a small business on the side while in school. She will be selling custom painted clothes, mostly denim jackets and jeans, but also some corsets and shoes!
ANATOLIAN ARTISANS is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the needs of low-income artisans and raising awareness about arts and culture of Turkey. Our mission is unique and multifaceted. First and foremost, we provide sustainable economic benefits to low-income artisans through product development, marketing and training. We also organize exhibitions, festivals, fairs, cultural tours, and seminars to raise awareness about the arts and culture of our beloved Turkey.
T-shirts and hats from the 80’s to 2000s, with a particular focus on sports. Currently run through Depop.
A local jewelry maker whose work has been showcased in British Vogue and Washingtonian Magazine. She showcases the beauty of non-precious materials with precious, traditional craftsmanship.
Camille BLAVEC sells home fragrance and body care products made from lavender from her family’s farm in Provence in the South of France.
Fast Snail offers fun, fresh, and thoughtful works on prints, thank you notes, holiday cards, blank note cards, birthday cards, wedding and engagement and anniversary cards, and personalized stationery.
Future of What
Vintage, upcycled and curated goods from Richmond, VA
LidFlutters is a creative artist, living and working in DC. She works mostly with 2D materials and loves printmaking, photography, graphic design, and drawing/painting. She also does custom work so if you see something you like, or have a specific idea just let her know.
Lettering with Mei
Meiling Liu creates heart-centerd art to remind herself and others to keep coming home to themselves.
Spices from Argentinian chef Katriel Menendez, who worked and traveled on five continents - including Spain, Italy, the Dominican Republic, Dubai, Thailand and Senegal - before settling in the United States. They offer six signature blends of herbs and spices to bring Patagonian flavors to home cooks.
Vintage-inspired dresses and separates that pay homage to the styles of the early 1960s. Designed by Nina Thirakul, NOVA native who spent many years working for Chanel before starting her own line. Many of the pieces come in a matching-companion size for dogs.
A small batch, women owned, home-based bakeshop. All of the cookies have a nautical theme - CHIPwreck, The Anne Bonny, Shark Bait.
New Way of Life
New Way of Life is new fashion line by Brooklyn-based designer duo The Griggs Brothers.
Enzo Dagnese has an eye for treasures. Whether it be vases that are shaped like a mermaid’s tail to vintage typewriters to original Red Cross posters from 1917 for World War I, he’s got it all.
Chia Catering combines different local tastes with the rich cuisine of the Ottoman Empire.
Fun accessories of mostly silver, sometimes other metals, gems and exotic wood. Each piece comes with a story. Always relatable.
Sweets bY Shy
Sweets by Shy was founded in Washington, D.C. in 2018 by Chawan Bridgers, known by friends and family as Shy. A sweets fanatic and French Macaron connoisseur, she started her company out of her home kitchen as a passion project, and has since evolved Sweets by Shy into a thriving online dessert company.
Layover, founded by Maria Isidora Varela Adam, curates destination gift boxes for "traveling babes" so they can pamper themselvese and discover local gems.
Fran Oviedo is a Chilean artist who sells coasters and art.
Potomac Candle is their name and fragrance is their game. Veteran-owned, veteran made.
Clay + Honey
DC-based ceramics artist with noticeable flavor.
Chelsea, the self-taught baker behind Chiboo Bakery, fell in love with the macaron ever since her first bite in 2013. Born and raised in a foodie family in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, she remixes the macaron her own kind of way.
Bites By Sam
A home cook who opened a bakery to avoid the pains of being seated at a desk, her recipes are a mix of old family secrets and years of messing around in the kitchen. The menu includes classics like chicken pot pies, chocolate chip cookies and other unique small bites like potato chips.
Meet Sara DeWalt
The Cozy Experience
Caroline (Luella) Bond upcycles discarded fast fashion into fine functional art.
A lifestyle brand dedicated to sharing the vision of women and men expressing self-confidence, however they may seek it.
Mehndi by Soma
Traditional Indian Henna Art
Are you looking to diversify your reading habits? Xolo Books is a Latina-owned online bookstore dedicated to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) authors and stories. Check out their fantastic catalog of diverse readings and used books. Additionally, Xolo Books donates 20% of sales from used books to a non-profit fighting for racial and social justice.
This one is a win for music lovers. Locally-owned and operated since 1992, CD Cellar is a Virginia institution. Whether it be LP, CD or SACD and DVD and Blu-Ray movies, they're stacked with it all. Attendees of the market now can come by and peruse over 600 vinyl records from CD Cellar to add to their own life soundtrack.
Sally Samuels Slifkin has been painting for all of her adult life. She loves painting landscapes which include architectural interest. Most of her work has been in acrylic on canvas although she has dabbled in pastel, gouache and oil. Sally has recently moved to Arlington, VA from Allentown, PA, where she has lived most of her life. Her artwork is mostly inspired by the Pennsylvania farmland which surrounded her town. She finds beauty in the simple life; a farm, a fence in a field, a clothesline, a backyard. She also enjoys painting from photographs she has taken while vacationing in New England, South Carolina, England, Ireland and France. Sally has recently been creating miniature worlds in shadow boxes, many which include her original paintings. She has just illustrated a children’s book series, “The Royal Series”, written by her daughter.
D Prince Designs
Artist Kristin Taddei Jacobs designs beautiful custom prints.
Classic Indian and Indian-ish Restaurant
Liv Evon Designs
Olivia is an Iowa native, east-coast living maker who loves creating and DIYing artfully-minded spaces and fashionable pieces around her. Soft, bright, and bold are her design languages that spark inspiring statements in her home and fashion that she hopes inspires you too!
Teff & Co
Teff & Co. is a home-grown business run by local resident Bethel Tsegaye. Bethel is a self-taught baker who became gluten intolerant in 2013 while she was living abroad in the Netherlands. Since then she has traveled the world experiencing different foods and trying out gluten free products, in search for baked goods that taste good.
One grain that has stayed true to her native Ethiopian roots, is Teff. Teff is a naturally gluten free grain that grows in Ethiopia and has traditionally been used to make an Ethiopian staple, Injera. Over the years Bethel began to experiment with Teff in her baking. The bold and rich earthy flavors are a great addition to many baked goods, providing texture and a great source of nutrients.
Over the years, Bethel’s food allergies escalated which led her to a dairy free and meat free lifestyle. After six years living in the Netherlands, she returned to the DC area only to find limited gluten free and vegan bakeries and restaurants. Out of her passion for baking, and conviction to make fresh and great tasting food available for people like her, she started Teff & Co..
Lost Boy Cider
Whatever you think you know about cider is about to change, we promise. When Lost Boy started this journey, it became clear how misunderstood cider is. Their ciders are made from real apples and natural ingredients, always. Their fermentation process ensures nearly all of the apple’s residual sugar is gone by the time it hits your glass which will make your body happy.
Lost Boy Cider’s amazing co-fermented ciders are made using modern apples and all-natural ingredients like hops, cranberries, pineapple, and whole spices. They are truly special
From Emma's Kitchen
Another formidable baker, Emma Thomas who owns From Emma’s Kitchen, specializes in beautiful, precise designs. She’ll be bringing a robust selection of jewel-like cookies and other small pastries. Don’t miss her signature sugar cookies!
Hello, Everyone! Meet Liz: crafter, former model, flower fashionista, and thoughtful gifter. Drawing from her experience as part of the marketing team for a large consulting firm, her strong sense of color and customization, and a genuine passion for gift-giving, she took her dreams to the next level in 2017 by opening Privé Roses to serve the Washington D.C. market with roses in stylish, crystal acrylic boxes.
Ornery Beer Company
Swing by "Hard Headed Beer Garden" at the market for delicious pours by Ornery Beer Company. Menu items:
Light of Cologne Kolsch
and their Pacific Waves IPA.
Putting a modern twist on Taiwanese gua bao
More Than Your Average
Online thrift experience, More Than Your Average, is oriented to attract more than your average women. The purpose of this spectacular experience is to cater to women who are sizes 12+ and who may not be successful in finding inspiring pieces in a typical store.
Luxury handmade collars and leashes from Hungary
Bailiwick Clothing Company
Inspired by the pride and positive energy generated by the District of Columbia, Bailiwick aims to create clothing that reflects the nation’s capital. Their shirts capture the culture of one of the world’s most international and vibrant cities with images and messages that ring true with the people who live, work, and play in the most influential city on the planet.
Arlington's Car-Free Diet
Arlington's Car-Free Diet is the easy, fun way to live a car-free or car-lite lifestyle. Each time you leave your car at home – choosing instead to ride transit, bike, walk, car/vanpool or telework – you can save money, improve your health and clean our environment.
Arlington's Car-Free Diet is a program of Arlington County Commuter Services (ACCS), a bureau of the Department of Environmental Services of Arlington County, Virginia. Other ACCS programs and services include CommuterPage.com®, CommuterDirect.com®, The Commuter Store®, WalkArlington, BikeArlington, Mobility Lab and Arlington Transportation Partners. ACCS is funded in part by grants from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT).
Read Early And Daily (READ)
READ empowers families to foster empathy, curiosity, and self-confidence in their young children through the joy of reading together every day.
Their mission is to ensure babies and young children have new, quality, culturally relevant books of their own that are mirrors and windows into their everyday lives and communities. READ funds all its programming though their nonprofit children's bookstore, READ Books.
BoonDoggie Farm and Sanctuary is a place for those forgotten, abused and neglected animals to find their final, loving, forever home. They house dogs, cats, goats, horses, chickens, pigs, and more....all in their permanent FOREVER home. They work with the area's leading veterinarians to provide the highest level of care, and work with area rescues to house those animals they have difficulty finding forever homes for, be it due to age, health, or other. No animal should go without love and care, and at BoonDoggie Farm, they find it all.
One of their main funding sources for the animals is through the sales of their farm products, namely their Old Bay Pickles and Relishes!
BEETS THAT BEAT
Throughout Roenia Brown’s childhood, the consumption of natural juices had been a family tradition. Due to the nutrition and benefits of the juices, she likes to share it with her community. It’s also a way of honoring and thanking her mother for taking the extra time and preparing such delicious juices.
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