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Jayson Home in the Clybourn Corridor starting tomorrow and running through Sunday is having a mega fall flea market. A three day flea-from-around-the-world-extravaganza packed with vintage and antique goods for the home, hand picked from around the world by Jayson's buying duo, Caroline Scheeler & Devin Kirk. A focus of the market will be a container full of goods from a summer buying trip to Provence and Paris.
Jayson buyers are also super excited about former Barneys New York visual director, Ariane Prewitt’s capsule boutique at the flea market. Ariane owns Lakeside MI vintage clothing shop, AP, and is setting up a temporary shop at the Jayson Home fall flea market. Like Jayson Home, Ariane believes that home and fashion are intimately connected so she is curating a seasonal vintage clothing and accessories selection. Ariane's collection will reflect what's hot for fall – the 70's influence, jewel tones, gold chunky jewelry, cape coats, snakeskin and more.
Additionally, Jayson has got Katrina Markoff from Chicago’s very own Vosges Haut Chocolat to produce a limited edition chocolate bar for the market. Get there early, the chocolate is limited.
· Jayson Home [Official Site]
· AP Shop [Official Site]