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GIFT TEMPS
    DMC’S NEW MADE SECTION COMBINES ARTISANS, HANDICRAFTS AND ERIMISH JOINS ARTISAN/CASH & CARRY IN MARKET HALL THIS JANUARY. MADE IN THE U.S RESOURCES SUCH AS DEARHEART DESIGNS JEWELRY.
“We’ve been waiting for an opportunity like this to showcase our Stocking Vintage line to this new market territory,” said Jason Marvlene, president of Blue Ocean Traders. “Stocking Vintage o ers one-of-a-kind, vintage/antique  nds that
are available in multiples.” Some of the items
you might  nd at Blue Ocean Traders include Egyptian vintage doors, Moroccan copperware, Italian bread boards and much more.
These are things that intrigue us every day, from one European historic town to a Middle Eastern market or a less-known rural village
in Asia,” added Kristen Hayes, Blue Ocean Traders’ director of sales. “Our sales team is ready to meet new customers and catch up with existing Blue Ocean Traders’ fans that have been waiting for us to be available at DMC.”
Visiting Market Hall will also bring you To
the Moon this winter. Owner and bus driver Caitlan Lochridge sources local artisanal products and brings resources to market that might otherwise go unnoticed by retailers. You can’t miss To the Moon. This new company will be parked in the big, white bus in Market Hall’s Cash & Carry section. This new business started when Lochridge combined her love
of trunk shows with an old bus that became available for sale. “I thought let’s combine these two thoughts,” she said. “I made a lot
of connections with smaller businesses and
local artists.” For Market Hall, To the Moon will be showcasing  ve vendors, all based in the Austin, TX, area. She’ll have candles, t-shirts, accessories, stationery and more!
Other exhibitors to visit at Market Hall include Leighelena (Artisan/Cash & Carry), Vintage Addiction (Vintage) and Shebobo (Cash & Carry). There are so many more, you’ll just have to visit to see for yourself!
LUXE GIFT
Crossing back over from Market Hall brings you to the Trade Mart. The former Design Temps are taking on new life in January as LUXE Gift, with a refreshed collection of upscale and favorite
exhibitors, and a few new introductions as well. John Wind Maximal Art is returning, for example, bringing a new line of limited-edition artisan jewelry that takes him back to his  ne-art roots. The new collection is Made
in the U.S., many with vintage pieces Wind
has collected over the years. He’ll also be showcasing the Violet and Brook jewelry
line, designed by Robbin Cook.
“Historically, we know Dallas Market Center has great buyers that represent customers who really like unique design,” Wind said.
Other exhibitors you’ll  nd in the Trade Mart’s LUXE Gift temps include Trapp Candles,
JOHN WIND MAXIMAL ART BRINGS A NEW ARTISAN LIMITED-EDITION COLLECTION
TO LUXE GIFT.
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