To officially mark the start of Autumn, Primrose Fair will hold it's ‘Autumn Glow’ event at Toorak College, Mt Eliza this Saturday with new stalls and the installation of a new artisan Farmers’ Market.
Marlee Horobin & Lara Tweedie, founders of the first Designer Market on the Mornington Peninsula has positioned itself once again in the beautiful surrounds of ‘olde world’ charm at The Cloisters.
The girls continue to personally curate a wide selection of designer products and services from talented Fashion & Textile designers who offer individual pieces including women & children's fashion, jewellery, candles, teas, homewares and much more.
There are new stallholders Marlee & Lara are delighted to present which include A Little Pocket – an edgy kids clothing range, Lee Garrett with her understated bohemian chic inspired wool, silk and cotton scarves and local designer Jess Lingard with her gorgeous designer label Indimae, offering a whimsical and easy to wear women’s fashion collection.
With your shopping experience covered, head to the Farmers’ Market area to discover organic food from artisan producers. Corey Fowler from Grazen provides a taste sensation with his 'signature' pork rolls for hungry crowds and coffee & cake is served while you listen to the ‘music-drop’ of DJ Rhys Horobin.
And to make it easy for families, a dedicated 'Parents with Prams' section in the carpark has been set up to make your visit more pleasurable.
Vsit website primrosefair.com.au and facebook page for details of 'Autumn Glow' held at The Cloisters Saturday, 1 March 2014 between 10am – 4pm.
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