Come hang in the park and see so many new vendors
Join us for a classic Hester Street Fair market as we celebrate our 10th year! Located at the historical Seward Park, the same spot where the very first push cart market was born. Known for being the starting point of many businesses, we’re continuing on the legacy and supporting the best in NYC. Come down and hang with us to find a wide range of vendors from new fashion brands, sustainable wears, cbd products, and this week you can find a new bike or get your old one fixed up! On top of it all, there is always great food and great music.
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What To Eat
‘Round the world flavors from Mixto Tacos, delicious iced coffees from City League Coffee Roasters, and those empanadas you love every time from Beba’s Kitchen. Included as always because we love her so much, Rosey’s Jamaican food will be with us as well.
We’re also featuring some very wholesome snacks that are entirely made right here in NYC, Brittle & Beyond! Part of the organization Made in NYC, they are generously supported by the New York City Council and proudly supported by Hester Street Fair.
Dynasty George – Created to celebrate culture and makers. We use artisan made and deadstock fabric to create feminine empowering pieces
ISM – Each ISM garment is printed with reactive inks and put through an extensive wash process. The result? A unique and special tee with a vintage feel that gets better each time you wear it.
Lindsey Thornburg – A clothing designer who’s lived and operated out of the LES for over a decade, taking a weekend with Hester St Fair to reconnect with her community.
Michelle Guintu – Pursuing her career as an artist over the past 7 years, you may know Michelle from her prints of Keanu and Winona! Excited to be at the fair, catch her new Filipino themed tees.
Rowell Concepcion – Offers clean & quirky jewelry for the modern person. All styles are handmade in NYC.
BikeLord – is a better, local bicycle marketplace. Let them help you find the perfect used bike that can zip you around the city with ease at a very affordable price.
203 BUTIK, Aarre Shop, Adorn New York Inc., Beba’s Kitchen, BikeLord, Bleakstagram, Bussdown Vintage, Caritas, City League Coffee Roasters, CocoAmato, Coin Art Jewelry, Country Of, Crystal Elation, David Sussman Design, Diamanté Vintage, Dubby Happy, Dynasty George, Erin Leigh Fritts, Forward Comix, Fruity Looms, Good Witch, Golden Goddess, Hatzumomo, Herbs Fit Life, High Falls Hemp NY, Ishipress, ISM NewYork, In Common, Istani, Janky Jewels, Jewelry by Dianne Rose, Kelsey Steinhauser Photography, Lindsey Thornburg, Made In NYC – Brittle & Beyond, Maxpack, Melrose Thrift, MiQissa, Michelle Guintu, Mixto Tacos, Popped NYC, Phyla, Potion CBD, Redkey Threads, Reign Wala, Relovv, Rowell Concepcion Jewelry, Sarafine, Spear and Stone, Starhaven Health, Synthicide, Threads Apparel Store, Untamed Anatomy, Village Psychic, yXEN, Zulia & Huipa
About Hester Street Fair
The Hester Street Fair 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. The Hester experience is about bringing the community together, it is 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.