Dinnerware is Starting a Weekly Presidio Fashion Exchange

September 6, 2012

Call to artists, designers, sellers of unique items.

Dinnerware Artspace, 425 W. 6th St., is beginning a new Saturday urban market called the Presidio Fashion Exchange in its parking lot.

This event will be every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to noon-ish.

Tucson area designers and artists who use primarily repurposed and recycled materials are invited to offer their wares. This includes fashion, accessories, and art.

This is an uncurated event, open to anyone. It’s free to set up. Tables and chairs provided. Advertising will be primarily online.

Sell your unique articles of clothing. This is a great Saturday morning event for independent designers and artists. The public is looking for quality, originality, and cleverness of method in design.

Presidio Fashion Exchange is meant to show how sustainable design is on the forefront of fashion in Tucson. It’s primarily recycled clothing, art, some household items, and collectibles.

Looking to promote your brand? This market is for you.

What’s new in the fashion universe? These brands are small, regional, and up and coming. Looking to write about local fashion? This is the place. Searching for style? This is the place.

Find that truly unique piece of jewelry.

There will also be a District Clothing Trade table for clothing waiting to be repurposed. Bring at least 5 gently used items for the table. Take as much as you want.

Participants RSVP with David Aguirre at DinnerwareArtspace@gmail.com, or text 520-869-3166.