The Fabulous Flea Market returns to The Royale Bar, 506 Fifth Avenue between12th & 13th streets in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn, October 18 from 3-8 p.m.
Don’t miss this outrageous and truly fabulous shopping experience brought to you by the World Famous Pontani Sisters and Angie, who never likes to wear the same thing twice. Every fall, a gaggle of burlesque beauties cleans out their closets and craft rooms and gives you a chance to buy everything from costumes, corsets, fabric and trimming to vintage day wear, cocktail dresses and gowns, and this year is no different.
Expect racks of goodies, including retired costumes just in time for Halloween, and prepare to be bedazzled by pristine pencil skirts, suits, ball gowns and so much more from the 1940s, ’50s, ’60s and ’70s.
You can also browse custom made hats from “It’s A Little Stormy,” gorgeous hair flowers and accessories from Amber Ray Accoutrements, hand crafted pasties from Peekaboo Pointe, delicious sweets from Dulce De Leche, t-shirts from The New York Burlesque Festival, and chatchkies and vintage clothing and costumes from Dr. Lukki.
This is not your lazy Sunday country flea market. The bar will be open serving up cocktails, andDJs will take to the turn tables to provide musical accompaniment to your afternoon, including Angie & Helen Pontani in their DJ debut.
For more, go to www.royale
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