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The Village Markets

Boutique Fashion & Lifestyle Market for Creative Entrepreneurs - Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast Queensland

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Stalls Preview :: TVM Sunday 5 August ’18

TVM is on this Sunday and it’s looking to be a good one – come and hang! Find the best lineup of boutique market stalls, street eats, live tunes and…

TVM is on this Sunday and it's looking to be a good one - come and hang!

Find the best lineup of boutique market stalls, street eats, live tunes and our monthly pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sales. Meet the talented local makers, soak in the winter sunshine and enjoy the Coasts best market.

Eats by Koconut kid, Double Zero Pizza, The Hungarian Food Factory, coffee & me, smoothjuice, Garlic & Spice, Little Wahaca, The Wiener Haus,  Jardin Juice Co, Pequena Cocina and Little Sprinkles Bakery.

Stalls include Little Leas, One Fable, la ciganna, Akazi, Lotus and Luxe jewellery, Jewellery By Kim, Olas Supply Co., Halo & Horns, Forgotten Modern, wanderers co, Zoozap Eyewear, Love St, Au Fait, Nicotte, the pod.me, Wild Heart, Mahiya, Luxe Luna, Degoey Planet, Bam Loves Boo, South Seas Beard Co, manning made, Sissy & me, Inner Relm Wetsuits & Surfwear, Eco Sisters, Santography by danny santangelo, Desert Wanderer, Lakiki, Mossy, The Lobster Shanty, The Elements Co., dust, Venner, Yucca Stone Ceramics, Limbo Collective, Huckleberry Flowers,  Frocktail Party, Drift Trading Co, karasuccs, Divine Creatures Jewellery, Staple & Hue, Rustic Peppermint, Harvest Clay, The Lobster Shanty, Olas Supply Co and Yucca Stone Ceramics.

Tunes by Jackson James Smith and James D'Khan, check here for times.

TVM Sunday 5 August 2018 | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School | #thevillagemarkets

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Tunes at TVM :: Sunday 5 August ’18

Catch live tunes at TVM this Sunday thanks to James D’Khan (8:30am – 10:30am) and Jackson James Smith (11am -1pm). Shop boutique market stalls and pre-loved designer and vintage Rack…

Catch live tunes at TVM this Sunday thanks to James D'Khan (8:30am - 10:30am) and Jackson James Smith (11am -1pm).

Shop boutique market stalls and pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sales, devour street eats and soak in the sweet Sunday vibes at the Gold Coasts best market.

TVM | Sunday 5 August 2018 | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School | #thevillagemarkets

Jackson James Smith

James D'Khan

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How To :: Merchandise Your Stall, with Kari from Night Tiger

There’s a certain art to ensuring your stall looks inviting, well thought-out and importantly your products highlighted to maximise sales. We spoke with the master Kari, from Night Tiger and…

There's a certain art to ensuring your stall looks inviting, well thought-out and importantly your products highlighted to maximise sales. We spoke with the master Kari, from Night Tiger and got the low down on Visual Merchandising for your market stall.

I first learnt about visual merchandising when I was working for a designer label called 'RICH'  in Melbourne. It was a large store on Brunswick street Fitzroy consisting of Australian made but Italian sourced fabrics with Men's and Women's clothing shoes and accessories.

My manger had been professionally trained and every Monday we would re-merch the store for a fresh look. She taught me everything she knew and I realised I loved the process. I worked there for about two years and then for a few other labels in Melbourne.

When I moved back up to the Byron Shire I worked with my dear friend Rowie, from Rowie the Label. I worked for her for about four years at the headquarters managing stock and online customer service, retail in her shops and sometimes doing markets. I worked in a lot of different roles at the label, one of them being a favourite, Merchandising her stores.

I created Night Tiger because I had always loved making my own clothes and dressing up (I also have a background in dance where I made a lot of costumes). After a while people wanted me to make clothes for them because they liked the garments I was wearing so I realised that I could make a small business out of it.  I did a course in Fashion Design and Technology and it kept growing from there.

My 5 tips for merchandising your market stall would be:

  1. I never over clutter my stall. Variety and options are good but simplicity is key, especially clothing racks, not having too many items on each rack so the customer can easily touch and see each item.
  2. Have an inviting space. Possibly something the customer can walk into and a centrepiece of some sort, maybe a table or rack in the middle is good for me. Occasionally I will hang macramé or hanging pants to compliment the clothes but not always. A little bit of extra decor is always nice though as customers don't like feeling to exposed in a bare open selling environment.
  3. For each rack in my stall, the clothing is hung in a complimentary colour scheme. I also hang things in a way so that the longer items and shorter items aren't bunched together and it all has a flow and balance on the rack. These factors are aesthetically pleasing to the human eye and unconsciously it draws customers in as there is an ease for them to look at it all. My racks and the way the clothing is presented is the main focus of my stall.
  4. Having some sort of Mat or floor is really good because it separates you from the path outside and psychologically 'slows' people down in your stall to stay a while and relax and have look.
  5. The stall should just have an over-all simple shop feel. I try to keep all equipment that is not necessary out of the stall i.e. marquee covers, rack ropes, trolleys.....anything that's not nice to look at. And my extra clothing boxes of stock I put under a table or cover with nice discreet throws out of the way.

Thanks so much Kari for this incredibly insightful info! You can find Night Tiger at most TVM events, including the next one on Sunday 5 August 2018.

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Stall Profile :: Allure Art

New to TVM this Sunday is Allure Art, by Cassandra Ashton Thomas. Founded in her studio at Runaway Bay in May 2018, Cassandra a graphic designer, works with alcohol ink,…

New to TVM this Sunday is Allure Art, by Cassandra Ashton Thomas. Founded in her studio at Runaway Bay in May 2018, Cassandra a graphic designer, works with alcohol ink, ink and watercolors to create original art pieces.

TVM: What inspires your work?
CT: My inspiration comes from the colours and forms found in nature. Living on the Gold Coast I am surrounded by a never-ending wonderland of oceans, lush green forests and a bounty of colourful flora. Using colour as language, my work is alive with emotion through the movement of inks and luscious layers. Each painting is filled with layer upon layer of ink, building a rich history into each piece.

What do you find to be the biggest challenge in having your own business?
For me one of the biggest challenges in being a full-time artist is the pressure to compete with big box stores and items made cheaply in other countries. Also reserving uninterrupted creative time in amongst busy days! It is the cornerstone of growth and success for my business since its vibrant nature is what differentiates it from others.

If you were to offer any advice to other emerging artists, what would it be? 
To listen to what others have to say—friends, family, experts, even yourself. When it comes to things that have to do with your entrepreneurial goals, be a sponge. As you learn, start to work out the idea in your head. Write things down. Keep notes from all the resources you come across to develop a detailed plan. Don’t go it alone! Call on your trusted advisers and contacts to help work through and get you back on track.

You can find Allure Art at TVM this Sunday 15 July.

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Stall Preview :: TVM Sunday 15 July ’18

We are back this Sunday baby! Find us at Burleigh Heads State School with live tunes, boutique market stalls, pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sales and good vibes. Street food…

We are back this Sunday baby! Find us at Burleigh Heads State School with live tunes, boutique market stalls, pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sales and good vibes.

Street food stalls by Hungarian Food Factory, Little Sprinkles Bakery, Little Wahaca, Smoothjuice, The Weiner Haus, Jardin Juice Co and more.

The best lineup of boutique market stalls includes Allure Art,Inner Relm Surf, Sweet Child of Mine, Ace of swords, Astrocytes Fitness, Baby Bird, Bam Loves Boo, Bandeaux, Bones Society, Bonita Havana, Coco Lou the Label, Comfort and Calm, DESERT WANDERER, Divine Creatures Jewellery, Eco Sisters Beauty Buffet, Forgotten Modern, Frankly My Dear, Frocktail Party, Ghost and Lola, Halo & Horns Company, Iron and Cub, Jbk Designs, Leather Me Baby, Limbo Collective, manning made, Melon & Goliath, Mermaid Collective, Nicotte, NIGHT TIGER, Olas Supply Co., Rustic Peppermint, Santography by Danny Santangelo, SunLounge, The Botanica Whyte Collective, The Lobster Shanty, the pod.shop, The Pup Club, Two In The Sun, VENNER, Weave and Willow, WILD HEART, Zoozap Eyewear, ZYLO, One Fable, Drift Trading Co, The Elements Co, Huckleberry Flowers, RAWKANVAS, Bronte and more.

Live tunes are by Scott Dalton and Lily Budiasa, check here for times.

There is plenty of public transport to TVM and some parking at the event, otherwise there's parking in surrounding streets and over at the carpark on Connor Street, just a short stroll away.

Make sure you tag your pics @thevillagemarkets #thevillagemarkets so we can see them, we love to see what our community is up to.

TVM | Sunday 15 July 2018 | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School

Image by Mel Carrero

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TVM Startup Stall :: Bronte

Each market we give one start-up business that catches our eye the opportunity to launch their brand at TVM and introduce their creative business to our community, via our TVM…

Each market we give one start-up business that catches our eye the opportunity to launch their brand at TVM and introduce their creative business to our community, via our TVM Startup Stall initiative. We’re excited to introduce Bronte Cooper and her label Bronte to TVM this weekend, as this weeks recipient.

After growing up in Bali, Indonesia and going on to work in a manufacturing factory for a year, Bronte moved back to Australia and studied Fashion in Brisbane.

Inspired by the women in her life who were running their own businesses, she decided to take the plunge and create her own. Bronte designs elegant women’s clothing, designed to cultivate confidence, femininity and individuality.

Find Bronte at TVM this Sunday 15 July and you can also shop online via her website, here.

 

 

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Tunes at TVM :: Sunday 15 July ’18

We’re looking forward to welcoming talented muso Scott Dalton back to TVM this Sunday 15 July and our girl Lily Budiasa is back – we can never get enough of…

We're looking forward to welcoming talented muso Scott Dalton back to TVM this Sunday 15 July and our girl Lily Budiasa is back - we can never get enough of this talented woman. Come and hang with us under the trees for more sweet Sunday vibes. We've got a great lineup of boutique market stalls, rack sales and street food for you.

Main Stage:
8:30am - 10:30am Lily Budiasa
11am - 1pm Scott Dalton

Make sure you tag your pics @thevillagemarkets #thevillagemarkets, so we can see them!

TVM Sunday 15 July 2018 | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School | #thevillagemarkets

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TVM Street Style :: July 1st

Check out the street style at TVM on Sunday July 1st 2018….were you snapped? You can follow our snaps on the day and share your own pics with us at…

Check out the street style at TVM on Sunday July 1st 2018....were you snapped?

You can follow our snaps on the day and share your own pics with us at @thevillagemarkets #thevillagemarkets

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The Lineup :: TVM Sunday 1 July ’18

TVM is on this Sunday with a sweet lineup of boutique market stalls, our pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sales, street food, live tunes and epic Sunday vibes. Stalls include…

TVM is on this Sunday with a sweet lineup of boutique market stalls, our pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sales, street food, live tunes and epic Sunday vibes.

Stalls include Sweet Child of Mine, Attic Collective, B Inspired Healthy Lifestyle, Caz Creations, Comfort &Calm, DESERT WANDERER, Divine Creatures Jewellery, Drift Trading Co, Dust, Eco Sisters, Feather & Grant, Forgotten Modern, Frocktail Party, Halo and Horns, HARVEST CLAY, HUNCHMARK, Jack Tars Locker, JbK designs, Lakiki, Limbo Collective, Luxe Luna, Malu Le, manning made, MOOI, NIGHT TIGER, Olas Supply Co., One Fable, RAWKANVAS, Rustic Peppermint, Serpentium, Silver and Cold Jewels, Tanora, The Elements Co., The Lobster Shanty, The SunLounge, Wanderers Co, Zeffa and Fosse, ZOOZAP EYEWEAR and more.

Food stalls include Hungarian Food, Jardin Juice Co, The Koconut Kid, Little Sprinkles Bakery, Smoothjuice, The Kitchen Garden, The Wiener Haus and more.

Live tunes are by Jackson James Smith and Lily Budiasa. Check here for times.

We can't wait to see you this weekend at the Gold Coasts fave market! Make sure you tag us in your pics @thevillagemarkets #thevillagemarkets

Some parking is available on the oval, in surrounding streets, or just a short stroll away at Connor Street.

The Village Markets | Sunday 1st July 2018 | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School

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Tunes at TVM :: Sunday 1 July ’18

Come and hang with us this Sunday at TVM under the trees for some chilled live tunes by Lily Budiasa and Jackson James Smith. Times: Jackson James Smith 8:30am -…

Come and hang with us this Sunday at TVM under the trees for some chilled live tunes by Lily Budiasa and Jackson James Smith.

Times:
Jackson James Smith 8:30am - 10:30am
Lily Budiasa 11am - 1pm

The Village Markets | Sunday 1st July 2018 | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School, Gold Coast

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Jackson James Smith

Lily Budiasa

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How to Nail Your Stall Presentation :: With Drift Trading Co.

There’s market stalls and then there’s aesthetically pleasing market stalls – the kind that present your brand and products in the best possible light. Let’s be honest – if it…

There’s market stalls and then there’s aesthetically pleasing market stalls – the kind that present your brand and products in the best possible light. Let’s be honest - if it looks that good on the outside, chances are the products inside are just as dreamy and your customers are more likely to want to connect with your brand.

A standout in the stall presentation stakes at TVM is Drift Trading Co, the lovechild of Lou Martin and her handy husband Paul (a qualified carpenter/joiner). We spoke to Lou to get the inside tips on how to nail your stall presentation.

Your stall is known as being ridiculously good-looking, how important is a well-presented market stall?

Ha, ha that’s very kind!  We do put a lot of effort into our stall.  I guess we kind of see our stall as our little shop front – it’s the face of ‘Drift Trading Co.’  We work super hard to produce a quality, handmade product and we want to display it in the best light possible – it needs to reflect our brand.

One of our motto’s from the start has been to continuously improve our stall fit-out – at the end of every market we reassess and ask ourselves how could it work better practically or look better – it’s evolved quite a bit from the early days.

We both actually really love doing The Village Markets twice a month – I guess when you’re working fairly autonomously all week it’s nice to get out and meet your customers – I also think our customers enjoy seeing the face behind the brand.  We’ve gained a really lovely repeat customer base and it’s a really great feeling seeing a familiar face walk back into our stall – nothing beats praise for something that you’ve made with your own two hands.

How did you design your stall layout?

Our stall layout has evolved over time as our product range has grown.  We’ve always had a stall that allows our customers to walk in and around, rather than just walk past (i.e. past a table front) - it creates more of a shop feel and makes it easier for customers to browse without feeling hassled or pressured to purchase.  We use a lot of recycled timber as it’s our thing and it’s where Paul’s talent lies – it also works beautifully with our product story and branding.

Paul had the idea for our current fit-out for quite a while before he actually built it, however the vehicle we had at the time was too small to transport the solid wall structure he had in mind.

The actual construction of our ‘mini shop’ took a weekend for Paul to complete – this is bearing in mind his background in building.

How long does it take you both to setup on market day? Do you have any cheeky tricks to make life easier/less stressful when setting up - given it's a limited time frame?

Hmmm, we are usually the last to finish setting up and the last to finish packing up but we do have quite an elaborate set up!  We go pretty flat out for an hour and a half before our stall setup is complete.

In terms of set up tricks, trolleys are definitely our friend when it comes to transporting product and display items to our site.  We each have our roles during setup time so that we don’t get in each other’s way and we maximise the time to our best use - you kind of get into a bit of a rhythm after a year or two!  We also have a checklist that we run through when packing for the market so that we don’t miss anything.

Drift Trading Co’s Top Five Tips for Market Stall Presentation:

  1. Think about how you would want your products displayed in a shop – what would the shop look like? What kind of feel or image do you want to portray?
  2. Make sure your products are displayed at eye height and easy to access.  People like to pick products up and touch, feel, smell – that’s the difference between online shopping versus brick and mortar shops – it’s the experience.
  3. Add some greenery or dried flowers – make it feel welcoming and enticing.
  4. Make sure your prices are displayed and are easy to read – some people don’t like to ask how much things cost and will end up walking out if pricing is not displayed.
  5. Keep evolving – make sure you change things up every now and then – even if it’s just simple changes that keep it fresh and interesting.

 Thanks so much Lou (and Paul!) for sharing this with our TVM community! Find Drift Trading Co. at TVM this Sunday 1st July 2018 and at every other TVM.

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TVM Preview :: Sunday 17 June ’18

It’s almost the weekend and we’re looking forward to another epic TVM with you! Come and hang with us for boutique market stalls, pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sales, street…

It’s almost the weekend and we’re looking forward to another epic TVM with you!

Come and hang with us for boutique market stalls, pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sales, street food, live music by Frank George, James D’khan and Ondre Solien and plenty of good vibes.

Food stalls include Coffee and me, Double zero pizza mobile, Hungarian food, Jardin Juice Co, Koconut kid, Little Sprinkles Bakery, Little Wahaca, smoothjuice, Stix & Stone Street Grill, The Wiener Haus, Waikika Moo Cow and The Kitchen Garden.

New stalls to join our creative community are include Destination Clothing Co, Huckleberry Flowers, HUNCHMARK, Lazy Girl Lingerie, Minarga, Maraí watercolour and wood, Silver and Cold Jewels, Sparkle Lily, Spirit Natural Clothing, Tanora and foodie Pequeña Cocina.

Blooms  by a beautiful life, A Tale of Green, Ace of Swords, AKAZI, Amanda Monique, Annette Daley designs, Astrocytes Fitness, Attic Collective, Au Fait, Bali Batik at Home, Balu Balu, Bam Loves Boo, bandikoot kids, BAREarth Yoga Mats, Boho Candles, Bonita Havana, Comfort & Calm, DESERT WANDERER, Divine Creatures Jewellery, Drift Trading Co, Dust, Eco Sisters, ELKII, Forgotten Modern, Frocktail Party, Hal0 & Horns, Handmade Dreaming Co, House Of Paloma, Iron and Cub, Jack Tars Locker, Jbk, Leather Me Baby, Limbo Collective, Lokoa, Luxe Luna, Malu Le, Mandy Collective, manning made, Milk and Moss, Miss Brown Vintage Clothing, MOOI, MOSSY, NIGHT TIGER, Olas Supply Co, One Fable, RAWKANVAS, Reclaimed Diamonds Vintage, Rustic Peppermint, Serpentium, sissy and me, Staple & Hue, The Elements Co, The Lobster Shanty, The Sunlounge, WILD HEART, Wood Sky Sage, Young Squad, Zeffa and fosse and Zoozap Eyewear.

Make sure you share your snaps with us by tagging #thevillagemarkets @thevillagemarkets

TVM | Sunday 17 June 2018 | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School

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Tunes at TVM :: Sunday 17 June ’18

Live tunes at TVM this Sunday are brought to you by three very talented gents. Here’s the lineup: 8:30am – 10am: Frank George 10:15am – 11:30am: James D’Khan 11:45am -…

Live tunes at TVM this Sunday are brought to you by three very talented gents. Here's the lineup:

8:30am - 10am: Frank George
10:15am - 11:30am: James D'Khan
11:45am - 1pm: Ondre Solien

Frank George

Frank George is a singer/songwriter infused with sounds of indie rock, folk, soul and pop.
After picking up a guitar at the age of 10, he soon began storytelling and discovering his love for music. Earlier on, days were often spent writing songs and recording himself on a tape recorder. Now he aspires to follow in the footsteps of artists like Matt Corby & Angus Stone. Frank’s dreamy melodies and raw, raspy like vocals will leave you truly captivated, while delivering compelling lyricism in a unique kind of way. Very much inspired by the sounds around him, he delves into a more experimental and versatile side, not confined by the boundaries of one particular genre. There really is no denying that Frank’s heartfelt passion for music runs deep, you can just feel it.

James D'Khan

James D’Khan is a solo singer songwriter born and raised in Byron Bay NSW. His sound delivers a blend of Funk, Soul, Folk and R&B. Accompanying his soulful vocals, James alternates playing guitar and keys. Influenced by artists such as The Beatles and Jeff Buckley, he plays a mix of his original music and cover songs in his live performances, from a diverse range of genres.

Ondre Solien

Ondre Solien is a Gold Coast based musician that shadows the likes of old and new artists. He describes his music through his subtle yet dreamy guitar and divine vocals. A long standing fave at TVM, experience Ondre's sound and you will be hooked.

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Love St Collection Launch

When Love St contacted us wanting to launch their latest collection ‘Wish You Were Here’ at TVM, we were all over it. This banging brand is one of the longest…

When Love St contacted us wanting to launch their latest collection 'Wish You Were Here' at TVM, we were all over it. This banging brand is one of the longest standing at TVM - in fact the lovely Tara was peddling her wares at our first ever TVM back in 2008.

The ladies (and little boho bebe Birdie) strolled TVM pumping 70's tunes, rocking vintage shades and bright floral prints in true Love St style. Check out these snaps by Santography (another TVM fave).

Find Love St at the next TVM, Sunday 1 July 2018 (and most other TVM events).

 

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Muso Profile :: James D’Khan

James D’Khan is a solo singer songwriter born and raised in Byron Bay NSW. His sound delivers a blend of Funk, Soul, Folk and R&B. Accompanying his soulful vocals, James…

James D’Khan is a solo singer songwriter born and raised in Byron Bay NSW. His sound delivers a blend of Funk, Soul, Folk and R&B. Accompanying his soulful vocals, James alternates playing guitar and keys. Influenced by artists such as The Beatles and Jeff Buckley, he plays a mix of his original music and cover songs in his live performances, from a diverse range of genres.

We look forward to welcoming James to TVM on Sunday 17 June, 10:15am - 11:30am.

#thevillagemarkets

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TVM Preview :: Sunday 3 June ’18

TVM is on this Sunday and we’re excited! Join us for boutique market stalls in fashion, vintage, art, homewares, kids and beauty, street eats, our popular monthly pre-loved designer and…

TVM is on this Sunday and we're excited! Join us for boutique market stalls in fashion, vintage, art, homewares, kids and beauty, street eats, our popular monthly pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sales, live music and sweet Sunday vibes.

Street food stalls include Double Zero Pizza Mobile, Flat Earth Organic, Hungarian Food, Jardin Juice Co, Koconut kid, Little Sprinkles Bakery, Little Wahaca, Smoothjuice, Stix & Stone Street Grill, The Wiener Haus and Waikika Moo Cow.

Stalls include Bowl de Coco, Sweet  Child of Mine, A Happy Home, AKAZI, Astrocytes Fitness, B inspired healthy lifestyle, Baby Bird, Bad Energy Troll, Boho Candles, Caz Creations, Chloe Sophia Jewellery, COSMIC RUMBLE, DESERT WANDERER, Divine Creatures Jewellery, Drift Trading Co, dust, Eco Sisters, ELKII, Forgotten Modern, Frankly My Dear, Frocktail Party, Handmade Dreaming Co, Hatch4221, Huckleberry Flowers, INDAIA SWIM, , JbK designs, KIVARI, Knot Shibari Collections, Limbo Collective, Little Bliss Skincare, LOBSTER SHANTY, Lokoa, Luxe Luna, MAGNOLIA STOREHOUSE - body & home, Malu le, manning made, Milk & Moss, Minarga, Moonflower mists, NIGHT TIGER, Olas Supply Co, One Fable, RAWKANVAS, Reclaimed, Diamonds Vintage, Rustic Peppermint, Salty Soul Surfwear, Santography by Danny Santangelo, Sissy and me, Tall Poppy Surf, THE COSMIC SOCIETY, The Elements Co, The Sunlounge, Weave and Willow, WILD HEART, Zeffa and Fosse, Zoozap Eyewear and more.

Our rack sale lineup is looking amazing and live tunes are by Jackson James Smith and Izzy Dayman.

TVM | Sunday 3 June 2018 | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School | #thevillagemarkets

Image by Mel Carrero

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