Nothing is quite as magical as the beginning of fall. Pumpkins are everywhere, new delicious produce comes into season, you start planning your Halloween costume and the first gusts of cool air become just as exhilarating as wearing your favorite fall threads once again. Another one of the best things about fall is the events — new bars and restaurants pop up around town, haunted tours excite those brave enough to attend and seasonal fashion events both large and small crop up everywhere. The Denver Flea has become one of those key fall events largely because it is the perfect place to search for and find the best clothing, accessories and decor by local artisans and makers. It returned to RiNo’s Denver Rock Drill over the weekend with an extensive amount of diverse vendors that came together to showcase their handmade goods.
Fall-themed cocktails, beer from breweries like Great Divide and food trucks were all part of the seasonal celebration. Attendees were able to pick up anything from pillows, clothing, artisan honey and hot sauces, vintage items, plants and much, much more. While crowd favorites were present, new vendors impressed attendees with their products and philanthropy. Don’t worry if you missed this round of the Flea, it will be back before the holidays. Meanwhile, take a look at some of our favorite street style looks from the event.
All photography by Giacomo Di Franco.