The Denver Flea, a massive marketplace intended to showcase local vendors and artisans once again returned to the Mile High City. On both Saturday, June 25 and Sunday, June 26, the Denver Flea set up camp in the RiNo district of Denver in order to bring together over 150 vendors, all selling artisanal goods such as handmade jewelry, specialty bourbon and clothing sold out of boutiques on wheels. Not only were the vendors unique, but so were the flea-goers. Individual style was everywhere you looked, with a dozen of new trends pushing to the forefront. Last time we detailed how punk was making a comeback, but just within a few months, Denver dwellers showed us a new modern city style has taken hold. Continue on to see what they are wearing.
We love the mix of reflective sunnies, purple lipstick and stripes as seen on Calli Wagner. All photography by Noah Berg
Leena Haidar rocks a dip-dyed teal messy top knot.
Seth Litezenberg pairs Adidas athleisure with a Goorin Bros hat.
Ashley Garcia keeps her look fun and playful with a unicorn purse and buns in her hair.
Keeping it simple will always be classic. Alexandra Munoz does exactly this with a simple grey tee and a black snap back.
We at 303 love a good watch, especially this clean white model sported by Norman Harris
Mariam Garcia proves that fashion sense often starts early.
Audrey Chvosta pairs the perfect summer dress with a fun silver bangle.
Many trends were seen at Denver Flea-one of the most popular being reflective sunglasses as shown on Madeline Patinella.
Mandy Engel sports another popular trend we spotted while at the flea: gladiator sandals.
Anna Kummerlowe rocks a romper from one of the many fashion truck’s we encountered-Meraki Moon