Marlee Horobin and Lara Tweedie, founders of the Primrose Fair were interviewed recently at the RPP FM studios on the Breakfast with Johnno & Marzy program to talk about their new designer market to be held at ‘The Cloisters’, Toorak College in Mt. Eliza this Saturday, 5 October 2013.
These two delightful girls who run their own small businesses on the Peninsula sat behind the microphone to tell listeners of their new concept. They both realized a need for a designer market for designers and artisans to showcase their talented design work.
Marlee & Lara concurred, “As small business owners we know how hard it is to launch a product and gain brand recognition with the backing of retail and customer support, so we thought a designer market was a good platform to showcase talented designers work who produce on a small scale.”
The Cloisters setting is perfect to reflect the lavish style and mood of the Primrose Fair with Marlee adding, “We took inspiration from the Arts Centre Melbourne Sunday Market and other city markets and made it our own”.
This is the first designer market of it’s kind on the Mornington Peninsula and is set to draw large crowds to be part of this inaugural Fair. Displayed will be a wide curated collection of designer fashion, children’s wear, jewellery and homewares made by fashion and textile designers, artisans and the like.
Spoil yourself to a truly stylish shopping experience on Saturday, 5 October between 10am – 4pm.at:
Old Mornington Road
ENTRY IS FREE
Leading up to Christmas, Primrose Fair will host another designer market on Saturday, 14 December 2013.
For more details visit www.primrosefair.com.au. Follow us on facebook.
RPP FM – a proud partner of Primrose Fair.