The Waluw Vintage Market has its first successful edition on the Eendrachtsplein at the end of August last year. The high-end market is now returning to a new location: the hall of de Doelen.
The recently completely restyled hall will accommodate dozens of stands full of vintage design & fashion on Monday June 6. With more than 60 entrepreneurs and their most diverse products, Waluw creates vintage heaven in collaboration with Team Doelen for one day. Among the merchants are Ben Zuydwijk ( a set designer), Cocoon Collectables from Amsterdam, Thom’s Vintage shop with beautiful lamps from the 60s and 70s and lots of special clothing and Eric Robbertson with beautiful rugs.
Also present are Zalig010, Foreign Vintage, Atelier Tilia, Nen Xavier, Boutique Soigni and Ruby Lee and the vintage factory.
Waluw offers design, furniture, clothing and moreNext to design lamps, carpets, mid-century furniture, jewelry and lots of fashion, people can enjoy the cooking of chef Maher Al Sabbagh. He serves Sicilian and Syrian dishes. DJ Jason Coburn provides appropriate sounds throughout the day with his exclusively vinyl collection.
The regarded Rotterdam-based creative firm 75b designed special merchandise using the logo of de Doelen to create an anti-war symbol. These Ban the Bomb hoodies and T-shirts are also for sale. The logo can also be pressed on the spot on purchased vintage clothing.
Children can visit the Doelen Studio during the day. They can enjoy games, shuffleboard, ping pong and Old Dutch candy.