Harold & Maude Vintage @ LIC Flea

Discover the other borough known as Queens by taking advantage of the biggest outdoor market in that neck of the woods! Enjoy over 70 vendors, just one nabe over from Greenpoint.

LIC Flea (5-25 46th Ave, LIC) is open every Saturday and Sunday from 10am-6pm through October 27.

Sign up now to get a FREE bus ride, courtesy of LIC Flea, that will pick you up at the intersection of Nassau and Manhattan Avenues. Or hop on the East River Ferry one stop, ride your bike or just make it a nice walk.

NYC Fashion Week may end on September 12 and Williamsburg Fashion Weekend on September 14, but for the designers and vendors at the LIC Flea & Food, fashion never goes out of season.

Amidst the carefully curated selection of food, furniture, jewelry, collectibles and antiques that dot the large waterfront lot in Long Island City at 5-25 46th Avenue, one block behind the iconic Pepsi Cola sign, are vendors and innovative new designers whose sense of fashion and style are as harmoniously varied as the Flea’s clientele.


Check out Harold & Maude Vintage’s bold patterned bowties; Back Thennish’s vintage home décor, jewelry and accessories; The Nomad Truck’s part-gypsy/part-rock-and-roll handmade and vintage ladies’ fashions; Zachary Alexander’s dancer-friendly designs; and more from vendors such as Pin Up QueensShop Dabo, and Baked Apple.

There is also plenty for the little fashionista among us, at kids clothing vendors Little Wowwa and Rummage 718. To top it all off we even have fashion for your pooch from Spoil My Bitch.

For those not into shopping, take advantage of our football challenge with one winner taking away $50 to spend at the market.

Get a taste of the flyest flea in town, which Metro New York has dubbed the #1 Market in NYC and what HGTV considered a market worth featuring in a recent episode of “Flea Market Flip.”

For more info on special events and new vendors, sign up for the LIC Flea e-newsletter at LICFlea.com and follow them on Facebook and Twitter @licflea.

Sponsored post courtesy of LIC Flea.

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