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URBAN AIR MARKET HOSTS SUMMER SHOW IN SAN FRANCISCO’S DOGPATCH NEIGHBORHOOD

San Francisco’s Favorite Sustainable Marketplace Returns on August 17th in a New Location

San Francisco, CA, July 2014 —- The Bay Area’s favorite sustainable shopping event, Urban Air Market, is preparing for a summer pop-up show in San Francisco’s historic Dogpatch neighborhood.

This FREE event will take place this year in a new location, Esprit Park (Minnesota and 19th), on Sunday, August 17th from 11-6pm and will feature 100+ emerging designers and established brands, in addition to talented artists and musicians from our local creative community. Urban Air Market is also proud to be partnering with SCRAP, a non-profit promoting the creative reuse of materials that would otherwise be discarded as waste, to host fun activities for kids throughout the day.

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Now in their tenth year, Urban Air Market continues to provide the Bay Area with a unique shopping experience that allows consumers to meet the designers and artisans of their favorite products, while making sustainable, eco-friendly and locally produced goods accessible to the public.

Just in time for the “back-to-school” season, guests of the Urban Air Market Dogpatch show can find the latest in locally made women’s, men’s, and children’s apparel, one-of-a-kind accessories, home décor and art that directly support their local economy. Guests can also partake in onsite activities including:

·       “Meet and Make” Crafting Sessions with SF Etsy and Handcraft Studio School

·       Kid’s Workshop with SCRAP and “Re-purpose with Purpose” Workshop by Oakland Sewn

·       FiSF Designer in Residence Showcase and 25th Street Collective Sustainable Fashion Incubator

·       Live Musical Performances by Dirty Cello, Paige & The Thousand, Foxtail Brigade,

Erin Brazil & The Brazillionaires, and Max & Nicky

·       Live Art Performances by 1:AM Gallery and Street Fashion Photography by The Avant Gardist

·       Silent Frisco hosts a Silent Disco

·       Food Trucks: Hella Vegan Eats, Dun Truck, Bacon Bacon, Frozen Kuhsterd, and The Melt

Attendees are encouraged to RSVP on the Urban Air Market website for a tote bag. To get the latest updates, scope participating designers, or to register to sell at an Urban Air Market event, please visit www.urbanairmarket.com.

URBAN AIR MARKET is a curated marketplace for sustainable design featuring independent designers of men’s, women’s, and kid’s clothing, accessories, jewelry and home décor. Participating designers are selected based on their quality, originality, cleverness, and method of sustainability in design. Urban Air Market offers consumers the ability to discover emerging designers while supporting their local economy. For more information, visit www.urbanairmarket.com.

Other Upcoming UAM Events: Portland on Aug. 2-3 / Hayes Valley on Sept. 14 / Lower Haight on Oct. 11

Urban Air Market Dogpatch Vendors: Allegory, Altanamarie, Amanda Hunt, Amos Goldbaum, Ana Apple Designs, Angelo Joyas, Animal Instincts Apparel, Arabesque, Awkward Affections, b-spired, Bagtazo, Beneduci, Bobbepin, bright and beauty, Bull Horn Designs, By Nieves, Coffee n Cream Press, Corey Egan Metalsmithing, CS. Boris Design, Culk Ink., Das Bus, Deconstruction Crafts, Door Knobs and Bloomsticks, Dream Ecology, DSF Clothing Company and Art Gallery, e.b.Friday, Enflux Jewelry, ESCAMA STUDIO, ESTABLISH, Fade Into The Abstract, FATAL Jewelry, fiftyseven-thirtythree, First Amendment, Inc, Frank Mancuso Jewelry, FrankieandMyrrh, Gangs of San Francisco, Glass Elements, Graffit Glass Lamps, graymarket, Handcraft Studio School, Healing Henna and Face Painting by Robyn Jean, HiHAT Oakland, Hiroko Kurihara Designs, Honey Cooler Handmade, Iladora Apparel, Imagination Supply Co, IndoSole, LLC, Jade Chocolates, Jasy B Boutique Truck, Jennifer Clifford Art + Design, K.Michael, Latch Key, Lazy Lotus, LIBRE CLTRA, LIX PERLE, Lulu Deux Millinery, Luna Bar, Mashala, ModaVive, MoonAndLeaf, MultiFlasking, MXM Jewelry and Design,Needle and Threat, Nous Savons, Oaklandish, Papier Vintage, Parker Dusseau, peasants and travelers, Persephone Hair, Philanthropic Panda, Poppyhearts, Red Icebreaker, Rickshaw Bagworks, ROYALISTIQUE, Ruby Bird Press, Salty Fox, SashieAnn, scabby robot, scoutshonorclothingco, SCRAP, See.Saw.Seen Eyewear, SFEtsy, Skincare by Feleciai, SKUNKFUNK USA, Strim, Sugar Cane, SuzNBex, Synergy Organic Clothing, t.s. i love you, Tangleweeds, Taxi CDC, Tessa Kemp Jewelry, The ECO Chic Inc., The Weekend Store, Thesis of Alexandria, type.lites, unpossiblecuts, Vita Coco, Wildebeest, Wildlife Works, Yes and Yes Designs

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Edible East Bay

(Andrea Plell of Ecologique Fashion models an ensemble that shows the beautiful work coming out of our local fibershed. The Oaxacan Sky Mystic Spiral Beret is by Oakland-based O’Lover Hats. The Pyramid Infiniti Scarf, MC Jacket, and A Line Pyramid Skirt are by Oakland-based Myrrhia Fine Knitwear and are made with organic fibers by Capay Valley grower Sally Fox. Photo courtesy of Ecologique Fashion)

“Young urban designers with an interest in ethical fashion like it too. Andrea Plell of Ecologique Fashion, an eco-fashion promoter, organized the second annual Fibershed Fashion Gala last fall at Jacuzzi Family Vineyards in Sonoma. “We emulated what a garment supply chain could look like, with 11 looks in total by 22 designers,” she says. The designers, including several from the East Bay, were encouraged to adopt low- or no-waste production processes. Plell represents Oakland’s trendy 25th Street Collective and helped a group of associated designers open Metis Makers, a trendy slow fashion storefront on Grant Avenue in San Francisco.” Read more…