For those that are new to Costume College, the Marketplace is where patterns, trim, accessories, jewelry, books and such are available for sale. The Marketplace will also host its popular Early Bird Shopping Event on Friday afternoon: for a $7.00 donation benefiting the Costume College Scholarship Fund, eager shoppers can get a head start in The Marketplace, with admittance between the hours of 3:30 and 6 pm. You can purchase your Early Bird tickets at the Costume College Information Desk commencing Friday morning for your entrance into The Marketplace at 3:30 pm. We appreciate your contribution to the Costume College Scholarship Fund with your Early Bird ticket purchase.
Tentative hours for the Costumer’s Marketplace 2019 will be (subject to change):
The Costumer’s Marketplace is open to everyone! If you have friends who are not attending Costume College, invite them to the Marketplace – it can be a great “first taste” that gives people a sense of what the College has to offer. Please also note that no pets or other animals will be allowed in the Marketplace at any time – the only exceptions will be licensed disabled-assistance animals.
Important message for potential 2019 Vendors: The selection of dealers participating in the Costume College 2019 Marketplace will be juried by the Costume College Board. This decision has been made in response to the request of attendees, in an effort to better meet the needs of the Costume College participants and to provide a greater variety of merchandise. Past participation does NOT guarantee inclusion into 2019’s Marketplace. If you wish to be considered for inclusion in the Marketplace, it is imperative that all of your application be completed and received no later than February 2019.
—Lois Munera, Marketplace Chair
MARKETPLACE DEALERS 2018
(To be updated once 2019 Vendors are chosen)
We specialize in old fashioned and vintage needlework tools, hard to find notions, vintage sewing patterns, embroidery patterns, needlepoint canvas’, vintage and retro housewares.
Albuquerque’s largest antique mall.
One of a kind hand blocked and sewed historical hats from the 18th century to the 1940’s.
phone: (310) 306-9126
French jacquard trims, laces, buttons, embellishments, kits and so much more.
Our jewelry represents many places and times: Viking to Victorian, Oriental, romantic and more. Original design and historical reproduction jewelry in solid sterling silver or bronze, made by the lost wax process with exquisite detail and meticulous finishing by Robert Spickard. We also make cloak clasps, bodice lacers and buttons.
Design studio dedicated to the fabric arts, haute couture, and passementerie. I frequently travel overseas to bring you the finest first quality antique and vintage materials for your work. I work with theater houses, costume designers, and I do custom work myself.
THE HISTORICAL HAIRDRESSER
Wigs, hairpieces, gloves, costume supplies, tiaras, feathers, hat stands and other fabulous costume items.
19th Century men’s clothing and accessories; some women’s separates.
JEWELRY BY SCOOP
Jewels By Olivia has adornments of all kinds: Earrings, Necklaces, Pendants, Tiaras, and more!
A five and dime store catering to the civil war era. Offering ladies and men’s accessories, sewing supplies, books and patterns.
Handbags and purses of a whimsical nature.
Corset supplies (Corset Busks, Hooks, and Eyes), costume supply-notions, fabrics including fine English coutil, and dress forms.
Handkerchiefs, button hooks, hand mirrors, and lace are all among the items you might find at Svetlana David.
French heirloom and smocking – fabric, supplies, and clothing.
19th Century Fabrics, Vintage embellishments including beaded velvets, satins, tassels, trims and appliqués. Carries a wide selection of vintage jewelry, and accessory items.