Come visit my jewelry line, Couture by Lolita, this Saturday, November 13th at the Wynwood Market Art Walk in Miami, FL.

Listen: Friends Electric – Golden Blood (The Dirty Tees Rework)

Escape from the cloned gallery lined streets and discover ‘hidden gems’ of fashion, arts and design. Wynwood Market will feature artists selling a myriad of fashion including but not limited to: urban apparel, stylish couture, extraordinary accessories, bedazzling jewelry, handmade crafts, original paintings, artistic photos, rare books and much more. It’s the first of its kind in Miami, an open air market similar to Portobello in London and SoHo in New York City. An eclectic array of music with guest DJ appearances, and an affordable fashion show on a central runway will awe and amaze with new trends and customizable fashion. This one of a kind ambiance is sure to amaze, all while revolutionizing this new sub-culture of hip urban Miami.

Wynwood Market is conveniently located down the main row of popular galleries on 22nd and NW 2nd Ave (210 NW 22 Lane, Miami, Florida).

“Finally, an affordable market that caters to urban street art and the needs of the locals.” Wynwood Market will provide kids entertainment like face painting, games and dance. DJ V will be creating a festive atmosphere with his soulfully mastered music. Music, food and a unique variety vendors are all coming together to create a shopping experience in Miami like no other, don’t miss out. Entrance is free to the public.

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