Whether your style is bohemian canyon dweller, retro denim devotee, or effortless minimalist, you can bet there's something waiting for you at A Current Affair, the treasure-filled vintage market beloved by A-list stars and stylists. The L.A.-born fashion bazaar is once again invading Downtown's Cooper Design Space, bringing some of the best vintage vendors in the U.S. under one roof.
Happening Saturday, September 21 and Sunday, September 22 (12 to 6 p.m. daily), the marketplace is taking place at the fashion showroom building's 11th floor. As always, expect over 70 vendors offering one-of-a-kind vintage and designer clothing, footwear, bags, and accessories from the Victorian era to present day. Expect to shop from L.A.'s own Mixed Business, Recess, Spanish Moss, The Corner Store, Honey House, and Vintage on Hollywood; Seattle's Lucky Vintage; Desert Vintage from Tuscon; Nashville-based Arrow & Anchor; Detroit-born Moth Food; and many, many others.
General admission is $15 per day (12 p.m. entry), early bird entry for Saturday is $35 (you'll get in starting at 10 a.m.), and weekend passes are $45 (this gets you access to early bird entry on Saturday, too); get 'em in advance online here.
A Current Affair at Cooper Design Space, 860 South Los Angeles St., 11th floor, L.A., 90014