Holy City Vintage Market and the Music Farm Present: Fashion at the Farm

On Friday, March 16th - right in the midst of Charleston Fashion Week - Holy City Vintage Market and the Music Farm will present Fashion at the Farm, an affordable fashion event.

From 7 pm to 11 pm, attendees can shop twelve fashion vendors, dance, and enjoy some drinks from the bar. Admission is free.

Participating Local Vendors include:
  • Threads Todisco
  • Red Rose Vintage
  • Runaround Sue Vintage
  • Grease Kelly Vintage
  • Continuum Skateshop
  • Ache Boutique
  • Third Eye Vintage
  • Henna by Emily Bamfield
  • fkvintage
  • Frenchie Vintage
  • Tuff Stuff Vintage
  • Stag & Sterling Vintage
For more information, visit the Facebook event page.

Holy City Vintage Market pops up often in various spots, like Park Cafe, The Royal American, The Alley, and, now, the Music Farm. The market is a one-stop-shop for all-things vintage, where you can find the Lowcountry's savviest sellers of men and women's vintage clothing and accessories, home decor, and more. It was founded in 2016 by Runaround Sue Vintage owner and Charleston City Paper music editor Kelly Rae Smith to offer Charleston a place to find one-of-a-kind, sustainable fashion. You can reach her for further info at holycityvtg@gmail.com.

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