Last Saturday marked the debut of the Primrose Fair, held at ‘The Cloisters’, Toorak College.
With the olde worlde charm of ‘The Cloisters’ and stall holders selling their designer items among strategically placed hanging bunting flags under eaves, the setting announced the arrival of a new and exciting designer market.
Fashion and textiles designers and artisans showcased their talented work from cushion covers, tea towels, jewellery, candles, furniture and homemade food delicacies, the list goes on.
Marlee Horobin and Lara Tweedie, founders of the Primrose Fair were pleased with the number of participating stall holders and the standard of quality and variety of items shoppers could choose from. The inaugural day was deemed a success.
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.”
This is the first designer market of it’s kind on the Mornington Peninsula and attracted a huge crowd of shoppers under a picture perfect day.
For a Christmas wonderland shopping experience and to find that special Christmas gift, join the fun at the next Primrose Fair at:
Old Mornington Road
SATURDAY, 14 DECEMBER 2013 10AM – 4PM
Stall holder applications now open.
For more details visit www.primrosefair.com.au
RPP FM – a proud partner of Primrose Fair.
Words Debra Mar
Photography Rab Siddhi
Pictured: Lara Tweedie & Marlee Horobin, founders of the Primrose Fair standing proud among stall holders at ‘The Cloisters’.