Join the Denver Flea and Lyft for a pop-up market full of vendor booths, food, drink, music and fun in the sun. The Denver Flea is back at its original City Park location August 13 and 14 from 10 AM - 6 PM and will host over 150 vendors. Among the retailers are graphic designers, home ware providers, jewelry makers, furniture builders, coffee experts and more. Read on for a look into some of the vendors that will be at the Denver Flea in City Park.
Landmine Design: “Fashion for us. Hope, Education, Water, and Employment for them.”
Landmine Design is a jewelry company whose workers are women living on a former minefield in Cambodia. The women are trained in how to create jewelry out of rolled paper beads and are not only compensated with a competitive wage and flexible work hours, but are also educated in the fields of health and hygiene, financial management, literacy and spiritual development.
The jewelry created by the women of Landmine Design manifests itself in simple but elegant pieces. In women’s fashion, Landmine Design offers long necklaces and number of differently styled bracelets. For men? Bracelets and wallets made of leather for a more rugged feel.
Old Colorado Flags: Denver Flea vendor Old Colorado Flags’ name may seem simple, but what the brand has done with their namesake is beautiful and creative. A Western Colorado company, Old Colorado Flags creates handmade Colorado flags and weathers them to look “old, faded and historic.
To go along with the antique motif, each flag is bordered by frames made of reclaimed wood from various structures around Southwestern Colorado. Though the frames are made new to fit each flag, the wood used in them can be hundreds of years old. Old Colorado Flags juxtaposes the past and the present to make gorgeous pieces of art.
The Long I Pie Shop: This place has proven that not all pies are created equal.
A core belief from The Long I Pie Shop is “making pie is a mix of art and science all wrapped up in the feeling of family and home." The bakers of Long I take this mission to another level, making every pie in a cast iron skillet so as to ensure that the crust is “extra buttery, flaky and delicious.” No need to worry if Long I will have a flavor you like — they bake traditional favorites (strawberry rhubarb, spiced apple) but also have developed a number of flavors unique to their ovens (salted honey lavender, bourbon chocolate pecan and peach rosemary chicken pot pie, among about 20 others).
We're excited to be a part of The Denver Flea’s City Park event! And even better? You can get 20% off a ride to or from the Flea on August 13 to 14th by clicking the button below.