By Taylor Nies

Published on May 11, 2016

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On April 30th, the West Hollywood Design District + Parachute Market took the best of L.A. design to the streets! A Street Af(fair) brought together the L.A. community of makers, designers, and artists for an outdoor, European-style street fair with California flavor. This year’s vendor roster offered everything from handmade jewelry to organic juices to natural skincare products. 

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A market-goer scores some vintage treasures at The Kit Vintage booth.

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Depict and Untitled Rug collaborated on a colorful, interactive art installation that framed Almont Drive.

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Meet Designer Camp — an immersive, creative summer camp for teens who are passionate about design. The camp includes hands-on workshops, behind-the-scenes experiences, and talks from experts in the design world. Um, can we come?

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Spotted: domino spring cover girl (and A Street Af(fair) vendor) Jenni Kayne’s West Hollywood store!

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Prints on prints on prints!

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A perfectly A-framed photo-op for this little shopper and her dad.

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Molly Pepper‘s eponymous line of women’s nightwear is made in downtown L.A. Her pieces are designed for every woman, from a woman’s perspective. 

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Ernest Supplies creates natural skincare products delivered in sleek, eco-conscious packaging.

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Artist Allie Pohl chats with shoppers. Allie’s Ideal Woman jewelry and home goods line celebrates the individuality and imperfections of real feminine beauty.

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Until next time, WeHo!

Find out more about the West Hollywood Design District’s A Street Af(fair) here!