Coming from West Hollywood, Filth Mart brings assorted vintage clothing, some of their very own signature tees, and a collection of highly-coveted vintage tour shirts. Not to be missed.
Incredible vintage and killer graphic tees. Feathers will bring everything from their South Congress store in Austin, including Heyoka Leather, Kulturegeist, and apothecary from Sisters of the Black Moon. Talismans, Tarot Cards and everything you need for tripping out in the desert.
Based in Ojai California, husband and wife duo, John and Bobbie make hats, clothing and jewelry using up-cycled materials and inspired by the things they dig and the surroundings around them.
Ft Lonesome is dedicated to renewing the lost art of hand-cranked chainstitching. Using vintage machines and a decidedly non-digitized process, they will embellish your textiles into one-of-a-kind stories and heirlooms.
East Austin meets West Texas as Charm School Vintage returns to the Trans-Pecos Festival of Music + Love! Even the vintage is better in Texas, so build your ideal desert wardrobe from their selection of stunning 70’s maxi dresses, jumpsuits, 90’s rompers, overalls, rock tees, denim, indian cotton, killer boots and bags, and new independent designer and vintage jewelry.
Austin shop, Headdress, owned by Catherine Abston and Erin Haggerty, supports local and up-and-coming designers. Providing unique and statement pieces alongside quality everyday basics, their shop inspires creativity and self expression.
Manready Mercantile stands behind well-made goods that carry stories deep as the maker’s roots themselves and invites customers to add their own story through their use and interaction with these products. From hustling candles door to door in 2012, to opening a flagship store in 2014, to sights unseen in years to come, Manready Mercantile exists to serve hardworking folks with quality goods and family service. Pantry items such as whiskey soaked beef jerky, handmade goods such as unisex leather bags, brass and silver jewelry and accessories, new and vintage menswear, made in USA boots, and small batch denim cover just a glimpse of the Houston brand's offering. Work hard, live well.
Esby Apparel was founded in 2014 by designer, Stephanie Beard, and features quality clothing for women with menswear mentality - and by menswear mentality, meaning they like to buy well-made clothes and wear them often. Esby apparel is based in Austin and proudly made here in the USA of high quality fabrics sourced world-wide. Esby clothing is fit to flatter with an emphasis on comfort and wearability.
Mixing colors, patterns, and techniques to create vibrant, fun products, Realm is a one-woman show out of Austin, TX. All products are either hand made, hand dyed, hand embroidered, or some combination there of.
Proud to be playful.
BEXAR (pronounced bear) Goods Co. originated as an outlet to create leather products that they wanted to use themselves. Their vision is to create products that can journey the world with you, and develop character and charm from the environment and adventures they experience with you. Bexar believes in ruggedness, simplicity, durability, and timelessness.
BEXAR Goods Co. is the creative collaboration of a small team of craftsmen based in Bexar County, Texas, the heart of the Texas Hill Country, an area with a rich heritage in leather use for outdoor travel. While their roots are based in Central Texas, their vision and inspiration are drawn from cultures around the world.
Part vintage and part design, Fortune Goods provides US made apparel and accessories. They seek adventure and work straight from the source. Can ya dig it?!
Catchtilly is a progressive general store in Austin, Texas hinging on all things smoke related. Thoughtful design and positive vibes are the central focus at Catchtilly, where they aim to elevate the smoking experience. Carefully curated goods coupled with a warm, approachable atmosphere set this smoke shop apart from the pack.
Mohinders is a lifestyle brand that designs and produces handwoven leather shoes in partnership with a cooperative of artisans in rural India. Mohinders has created a modern, high quality, and ethically sourced take on a traditional shoe, by employing the artisans in the village of the shoe's origin.
These scarves are born in Paige Russell's tiny studio in Austin, Texas, out of construction paper cutouts. Reproducing this work on silk transcends the two-dimensional originals, yielding the ability to manipulate and experience the art in infinite, utilitarian ways. They are all printed in limited editions and hand hemmed.
Small Room Collective is a touring road emporium built in a gutted 1963 Airstream Globetrotter. Featured works are a slice of modern Americana, representative of the cities they travel through, the venues and movements they are greeted with, and the people they come across.
Wood & Faulk is an American designer of travel bags, accessories and lifestyle goods made in Portland, Oregon.
Ginew (Gih-noo) makes hand-built apparel and leather goods using old-time methods with a focus on American materials. Each item incorporates elements of their Native American and craftsmen heritage, and is designed to last a life's journey. Ginew is a Native-American brand, fusing native inspirations and heritage workwear.
Jungmaven has a unique vision to get everyone in a hemp tee by 2020 to help migrate climate change and to support legalized growing of industrial hemp for a healthier planet. Hemp farming cleans the air, water and nourishes the land. Their deep roots need minimal water as they carbon farm CO2 back in to the ground. It's one of the worlds best rotation crops, needs no pesticides. Jungmaven will make your hemp tee dreams become a reality.
Made-In-Texas Menswear based in the Hill Country. En Sanctum evokes the diverse landscapes of Texas by offering an array of well-made apparel reflective of timeless quality. Re-purposed deadstock serves as modern workwear, newly designed classic tees pair with minimalistic army jackets, and classic board shorts are perfect for every swimming hole throughout Texas and beyond.
Coming from Brooklyn, Michele Quan makes ceramic art & objects for the home and garden. The pieces become a canvas for her love of drawing, painting, text and color. Many of the objects and images are rooted in the visual symbols of Eastern iconography- their meaning and beauty of which she is continuously in awe.
Vannagram & Co. is a custom photo booth cleverly housed inside of a vintage VW bus, serving as the life of any party. Born and raised in Austin, but traveling miles to bring smiles far beyond.
Mood x Moss pops up across the country producing aura portraits on polaroid. Look for the MOOD yurt and step in to have your ephemeral aura captured. Each aura portrait session is followed by a detailed interpretation.
Coming out from LA, pleaseandthankyoustore is a politely curated collection of vintage clothing and one of a kind goods.
Butch Anthony is an artist, picker and builder of all things. Come see curiosities from around the world and beyond! (But mostly from Alabama)
Folk Fibers is the creation of Bastrop-based, Maura Grace Ambrose.
With the goal to share the craft and folklore that prevails around natural dyes and quilting, Maura uses natural dyes to dye her favorite fabrics used in the making of her quilts. She patchworks her dyed fabric with other fabrics, both vintage & new and remains faithful to using 100% natural fibers because they feel better and live longer.
Every Folk Fibers quilt is entirely hand quilted right here in Texas. Hand quilting adds one-of-a-kind beauty and will be cherished as an heirloom, passed down through future generations.
Maura and her family organically grow, harvest, and forage for natural dyes around Texas. With a focus on "substantive dyes" also know as direct dyes, such as Indigo, Cochineal, Walnut Hulls, and Onion Skins; Maura favors substantive dyes because color fast fabrics are achieved without the aid of chemical additives, known as a mordants. Without the need for mordants the dying process becomes simplified and enjoyable, as well as kind to the environment.
Outdoor Voices is an active lifestyle brand who believes in freeing fitness from performance and embracing activity with ease, humor and delight. Join them as they lead an 8am Saturday morning jog around town and for their pop up shop, 10am-12 noon.
Join us Friday, September 23rd from 11am to 6pm for our second annual Day Party. It's a mellow gathering with DJ's Feelin' Groovy, Cap'n Tits, and Mishkalada, food by Frank, Food Shark and Cold Ones Paletas. Specialty pop up bar, and some interesting shopping situations.
Pop Up Shops
Based in New York, Giles & Brother is the collaboration of brother-sister duo Philip and Courtney “Giles” Crangi. A jewelry and accessories design house with a strong point of view and a foundation in American craftsmanship, Giles & Brother offers a smart, pared-down perspective on fashion jewelry.
They believe that a piece becomes more beautiful when it reveals the hand that made it, and their signature brass and silver oxide finishes maintain a rough-hewn quality that imbues their cuffs, wraps, rings and necklaces with their own heritage. The pair will be equipped with an anvil to hand stamp your adornment on site, for more personalized piece.
Mother of God ceramics are unique sculptural forms handmade by Diana Welch in Austin, Texas. Each piece embodies her intention to maintain the beginner's mind, creating from a place where the surprise of making is still fresh and the trick is letting go of expectations and simply doing.
In the short time she has been making ceramics, Diana's work has developed a strong point of view. Rebellious by nature, she resists perfection in her craft. Her work honors the magic in the mistakes, the ancient wisdom of the craft, and the meditation of the circle. She sees the practice as almost a form of witchery, the ultimate in the feminine arts, wherein a clump of earth transcends its very nature, transformed in the end by a trial by fire. Each MoG piece is singular - hand built or wheel thrown, no two are the same.
David Scheid is a stained glass artist whose work is inspired by the light and landscapes of California. He spends most of his time on the road, as a tour manager for bands including Girl Talk, Beirut, and Dinosaur Jr. At home in Los Angeles, he builds colorful, geometric stained glass pieces and custom windows. His work has been installed in houses, gardens, and shops throughout the West Coast and greater United States.