Join in on the good vibes out after spending all week waiting for Saturday! We’ve got a solid line-up of amazing vendors and artists, with some great eats and music. Chill with your friends, grab some ice cream to fight off the heat, find a new outfit, dance a little, and support local creators at Hester Street Fair.
What to Eat
Got some new vendors for ya! Try the delicious flavors of Guatemala, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic all wrapped up in a Mixto Taco. If you’re a fan of arepas and other Latin American cuisine, then you have to check out Chiflez. Got some refreshing beverages for you to keep cool with! Sweet Road Beverages has freshly made juices and drinking vinegars, Pricklee is on board with their tasty superfruit water, and Senbird Tea is bringing Japanese iced tea with matcha fondue!
Hello Fresh – Sign up for a membership today for fresh groceries delivered right to your door, and get a special discount
Colby’s Vintage Truck – A change of pace for the average thrifter. Explore Colby’s truck, inside and out, and you’ll definitely leave with your new favorite piece of vintage
Janky Jewels – Carol Li makes jewelry from found objects and charms. Anklets, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, hair accessories, it’s all there
Forward Comix – An award-winning illustration studio and indie publisher, Jerome Walford blends classic, pop, and anime art influences into his comics that celebrate diversity and originality
Gold Zahne – Nevena Dzamonja’s latest project of zines, apparel, and accessories all steeped in DIY and punk culture. Here she focuses on hand-dyeing and small editions
Crush – Crush is a youth based collective promoting positivity and creativity through collaboration. The booth at the hester street fair presents skate group Homies Network, bi-annual art magazine Dizzy, streetwear brand Iggy, and zines/prints from New York based artists Sofia Leilani, Abbey Gilbert, Sophie Day, Mark Cluster, Oks and many others.
Pat’s Pants – “Chillactive wear” for the chillest of chill… and the active.” Sounds like our kind of brand! One of a kind pieces for personal wear, the product is based off function, fashion, and comfort.
Le’Swim – Swimwear for women of all shapes and sizes that will remind them how beautiful, and sexy they are!
GOOD WITCH,Adorn New York Inc., Herbs Fit Life, POPPED NYC, City League Coffee Roasters, Potion CBD, Spear and Stone, YAM, yXEN, Party Bus Bake Shop, Sweet Road Beverages, Shop Nine4, Bleakstagram, Harmony Wicks & Melts, Beba’s Kitchen, Village Psychic Lisa DiMetro, Colby’s Vintage Truck, Tribeca Trinkets, Janky Jewels, The 212 Closet, Brett David Brand, Zulia & Huipa, Katmama Accessories, Empanada Papa, ISHIPRESS, N&S, Apparel, Seek and Find NYC, Seasoned Brooklyn, Alipera, Mixto Tacos, Bussdown Vintage, Untamed Anatomy, Pricklee, HelloFresh, Creations by Wattie, Forward Comix, Gold Zahne, Synthicide, Maxpack.co, Karina’s Honeybees, Pat’s Pants, David Sussman Design, Empress & Judge, Senbird Tea, Le’Swim, Studio Konde, Chiflez, Erika Allen, The Fndation
About Hester Street Fair
The Hester brand is known for its highly curated selection of NYC’s artisanal fashion, art, design, jewelry, crafts, music, and food vendors. By bringing together a high quality, wide range of cutting edge entrepreneurs and under-the-radar brands, Hester creates buzzworthy artisanal experiences that are unique to New York City. Our vendor selections represent the unmatched diversity, unique talent, and abundant creative spirit that sets NYC apart. The Hester experience is about bringing the community together. Family friendly and open to all, yet stylish and exclusive enough to appeal to discerning foodies and in-the-know shoppers who come to check out the latest trends. Described by the New York Times as a “hyperlocal block party,” The Hester brand brings a connection to community and a vibe that is cool, cozy, and familiar.