From local labels to vintage toys, 360 Kuala Lumpur promises a kaleidoscopic selection of vendors. Here are some of our top picks!
Amongst food and fashion vendors, there is Desiderata Magazine, a quarterly magazine about travel, food and everything else in between. Written by Malaysians for Malaysians, the mag is a breath of fresh air! Put your Kinfolks away, support local. Plus, who ever said print was dead?
You’ll find a great catalogue of vintage knick knacks and accessories at Moon E-store. Be sure to look out for them.
For those who have always fantasized about getting a tattoo, we’re giving you a chance to ink yourself (without the pain and pangs of regret). That2Tattoo will be airbrushing tattoos at a modest charge throughout the two days. As their website states, “Tattoos are no longer the exclusive province of bikers and gang members; like Harleys, Hummers, and body piercing, they’ve gone mainstream baby”. Oh yes, we agree.
forever + ava
Unique hand-sewn outfits for little girls. All forever + ava pieces are one-of-a-kind with no two pieces being exactly the same. They also all take custom orders.
Looking for pop art at affordable prices? Iconic Works is your answer. Decorate your walls with past Hollywood heroes and music legends!
Tin Tin Toy
Channel your inner child with Tin Tin Toy, a business that sells vintage toy robots, cars and the like. We came across their adorable items at the Kuala Lumpur Vintage Festival last year and we’re looking forward to seeing their new inventory.
The 360 Kuala Lumpur Bazaar promises to be a two-day gathering of city’s best vendors, covering a wide range of categories for shoppers of all types from quirky vintage collectors to discerning fashionistas. The event is joint collaboration between Duriana, a new social selling app and Pintu Merah, annual organizers of the Kuala Lumpur Vintage Festival. It will take place at MaTic Lanai, Jalan Ampang on Sat & Sun, 5-6th April, 11am-9pm. Click here for the event page.