With over twenty-five local makers, ugly sweaters, holiday drinks, holiday music, ice skating, and a glo after party the Hutch Holiday Market had it all!
For the past two years, Hutch, a furniture and home décor store that “mixes modern, local and vintage furnishings”, has hosted hutchfest, which is a gathering of local artisans and craftsman. This year for the Holidays, Hutch decided to put together a holiday edition of their local marketplace that took place in Marcus Theatre in Midtown Crossing.
It was an amazing event that showcased local talent in such a warm and welcoming way. All of the vendors were so kind and have such a humbling story of how they started. Their goods were a display of their accomplishments with each item being crafted with so much thought.
Here are just a couple of the great vendors that were at the Holiday Market:
The Anastasia Co. - a paper goods and vintage finds company
Andrea Stein - “large-scale, textural, colorful” paintings
Wick and Oil – custom blended, soy and coconut wax based candles
The Object Enthusiast – ceramic work inspired by earthly imperfections
Seeing all of these local makers gather together in one space was truly amazing. Each vendor offered something unique and well-crafted to the marketplace. These events that showcase local makers are so special. You get to talk to the people that make what you buy, here how they got started, and support a local business.
Someone Like You Sweater - Mustard $48.50 Mariko Black Booties $41.00
Thank you for reading this post, Happy Holidays, and like always…never forget to beyourself!
List of all of the websites for the vendors featured: