Spitalfields African Market- ‘where life meets art’

Spitalfields is one of my favourite places in the city of London. DSCN4589DSCN4586DSCN4590

Chanty-YouMeWe stall.

As one of London’s oldest markets, it is a huge tourist attraction. Open 7 days a week to- cutting edge vintage fashion, interiors, accessories, art works and restaurants from more than 88 independant designers.

Thankfully Spitalfields traders indoor market found in Crispin Place is weather proof so no matter the weather forecast its always a great day to go to the market!

The African Market @ Old Spitalfields 

The African Market at Spitalfields features a selection of the most talented designers from and inspired by Africa. Stalls can range from contemporary to vintage fashion to timeless accessories.

The African market showcases once a month on a Saturday with original & ethical fashion, accessories, jewellery, shoes as well as arts & crafts, natural beauty products, books, music, arts and more inspired by the motherland.

Donna J Marshall Hands Gifted Accessories

More than an exhibition and trade space, The African Market has become a place of curiosity attracting an eclectic mix of people including families, young people, students and adults of all ages.
.FunkynChunky - Sonia MeggieYou can also sometimes find local and international charities there promoting their awareness campaigns and events. On my last visit saw a live childrens African drumming lesson take place. Awesome!

It’s also a great networking platform both for traders and visitors, connecting amateurs, professionals and people who are passionately inspired by Africa.

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