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For those in the market for one-of-a-kind fall pieces, reclaimed furniture, and vintage clothing, make some time this weekend to trek to Industry City — there'll be absolutely tons of it. This Saturday and Sunday, not only does the Brooklyn Flea debut its winter-long market at the venue, but Los Angeles cult favorite A Current Affair will also be setting up shop (great news if you missed it last spring!).
As of 11am on Saturday, the Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg will bring 100 vendors and 40 food stands to a 50,000 square- foot space at 241 37th Street, and that's where they'll remain every Saturday and Sunday through March.
Then at noon that same day, you'll be able to shop more than 60 upscale vintage dealers when A Current Affair returns to NYC. Apparel, accessories, and jewelry from collectors like Scout, Just Say Native, Amarcord and more will all be available upon entry at 220 36th Street — tickets start at $12.