Sunday, August 17th, Noon to 6:00PM, Sugar Hill Market x Maison d'Art, within the brownstone garden gallery of 259 West 132nd Street, just east of FDB/8th Avenue. Come check out Maison Harlem today and meet the some of the great local designers and artisans that Harlem is now known for! Maison d'Art is in a lovely brownstone gallery at the garden level and the backyard will be open with food service by Might Meaty. Along with the current graffiti exhibit, Sugar Hill Market x Maison d'Art also features designer collections for women and men along with great home items crafted in Harlem.
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Make sure to drop by Sugar Hill Market x Maison d'Art this Sunday, August 17th with the garden gallery at 259 West 132nd Street which is just eat of FDB. The weekend event will showcase local designers including the notable Royal Jelly Harlem collection which has been featured in GQ on several occasions. This Harlem designer label is one of the African print collective at the market which includes men's, women's and home furnishings. A fantastic graffiti is also up at the indoor gallery and the outdoor space will be serving up food at the brownstone backyard!
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Boybeads is a wildly popular Harlem collection that will be returning to Sugar Hill Market on Sunday, August 17th at La Maison d'Art at Number 259 West 132nd Street from Noon to 6:00PM. The designer will be on hand to talk about all of the different color stones and their price point value!