Marché aux Puces at Barneys New York

What’s that you say? I can go to a flea market inside of Barneys New York? Yes, indeed.

As a young girl, I accompanied my maternal Grandmother to Connecticut’s seaside fleas, and as a young adult I first experienced the famous Marché aux Puces in Paris. Being a NYC based blogger, my go-to market has long been the Brooklyn Flea, until the Chelsea Passage on the ninth floor of Barneys New York became known to me. It is an elevated genius shopping experience of vintage curation. Running now through mid-November, you can find pieces from all over the world in a New York moment.

“We’re taking out the elements of finding a shipper and dealing with customs,” says Dennis Freedman, Barneys’s Creative Director, “plus you save on airfare.”  Freedman worked with the Barneys New York CEO, Mark Lee, and VP of Chelsea Passage, Tracy Edwards, to curate the three stalls. Products are replenished daily on the ninth floor of 660 Madison Avenue, New York, New York.

Image Credits: Jenny by design via Barneys New York

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