Published on May 11, 2016

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. 

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

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

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?

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

Prints on prints on prints!

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

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. 

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

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

Until next time, WeHo!

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

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