Holy City Vintage Market will return to the French Eclectic warehouse on Sunday, February 3rd for a Valentine's-themed vintage extravaganza from noon to 5 pm.
Complimentary boozy V-Day punch will be served, all within the dreamy surroundings of lush vintage furniture and decadent decor from vintage rental company the French Eclectic. Shop, sip, and kick back in one of the specially styled vintage lounges. It's basically Instagram heaven.
Food will be available for purchase from local food truck, Brunch Holiday, which serves up British breakfast and pubfare as well as psychedelic foodie creations. Some of Brunch Holiday's signature dishes include the O.G. Chicken (buttermilk fried with egg, melted white cheese, and maple bourbon bacon jam, homemade pickles on buttery toasted brioche), the Union Jack bowl (cheesy chicken, fried grit cake, British banger sausage, portobellas in brown gravy, Irish cheddar, runny egg, spicy crema, chives), and the veggie brekky bowl (organic sautéed spinach and portobellos over crispy hash browns topped with curry pickled veggies, sriracha mayo, zesty green herb sauce, shredded Irish cheddar and sunny up egg).
Vintage and artisan vendors include:
- Frenchie Vintage
- Runaround Sue Vintage
- Peachy Keen Creations
- Crass Stitchery
- Graveface Records
- Third Eye Vintage
- Tuff Stuff Vintage
- Tinted Saga
- Reflections African Jewelry and Tarot Card Readings
- Threads Todisco
- fk vintage
- Dry Run Goods
- Malted Mutts
- Haus of Hygiene
- Grease Kelly Vintage
For further details, stay tuned to Instagram (@holcityvintagemarket) or contact Kelly Smith at email@example.com.
French Eclectic Warehouse is located at 4244 Scott Street in North Charleston.
The Holy City Vintage Market will also be at Park Cafe for Sunday brunches on Jan. 20, Feb. 17, March 17, and April 7. They'll bring their double-sized market along with live music by DUMB Doctors (solo vintage rock set) back to The Royal American on Sun. March 3, 11 am to 5 pm.
Holy City Vintage Market is a Charleston-based pop-up market focused on sustainable fashion and all-things vintage, including clothing, accessories, home decor, and records. Featuring local vintage pop-up shops with a few artisans and more sprinkled in, the HCVM encourages you to nurture your own unique style with old, perhaps flawed, one-of-a-kind pieces that make you feel like no one else but yourself.