Fashion Market Heads For Wynwood
If you’ve always wanted to participate in something hip and creative in Wynwood, you’re in luck. Pamela Wasabi (of Wasabi Fashion Kult and former Cultist contributor) and Lombardi Properties are joining forces to bring you Wynwood’s first ever permanent fashion market. Think: local on-trend designers, vintage shops, and artists. But they need your help.
The space will be called Fashion de la Calle (fashion from the streets) Studios, because, as Wasabi put it, “We are all artists whose ideas were born in the streets by watching and experiencing the city. We work the streets from venue to venue spreading our creativity, hustling here and there [and] trying to make our art survive in a capitalist world, amongst big corporations.”
She hopes that this permanent market will set the tone, trend, and mentality of our culture and city. But here’s where locals come in: She has room for others in her warehouse-like space, right next door to Crossfit305 and JugoFresh on 29th St., and needs vendors. And it’s a lot of space, too: 2,400 square feet of it.
For the full story visit the Miami New Times blog, Cultist