In Sydney this weekend? Don’t forget to get down to the Danks Street Festival Designer Markets on Sunday 26 October.
October 23rd, 2008
This Sunday the pyd. Designer Markets, part of the Danks Street Festival, will transform Sydney’s Waterloo into a design hunter feeding-ground. Over 80 stalls from a range of designers will be pedalling their wares and are sure to impress the design-savvy crowds.
There will be a range of designs on show, from fabric to jewellery and quirky ceramics. The markets aim to foster young and emerging designers in Sydney, nurturing a design culture that embraces new designers and brings them together in a creative environment.
The Danks Street Festival will run on Sunday 26 October from 11am – 4pm and are expected to attract more than 30,000 visitors. Entry to the Festival and designer markets is free to the public.
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