The Olive Tree Market: Miss Lulu, Wanderlust, Alie Jane and more
The Olive Tree Market is back again September 1st, celebrating the first day of spring with an eclectic mix of wares showcased by both new stallholders and returning favourites. Check out the gourmet goodies, live music and stalls filled with unique creations!
Planning a holiday soon? Winner of the Westpac small business awards in manufacturing, Alie Jane is passionate about making travel items from both new and vintage fabrics, from passport belts to shower caps – Alie Jane has got you covered.
Handmaiden Vintage is the creation of Laini Byrne. Her passion for recycled and rescued fabric and paper, mixed with other materials results in one of a kind pieces you won’t find anywhere else. This season’s designs are inspired by spring, full of sunny, fresh colours and happy prints.
The Spring/Summer collection by Lilac and Snow is all about lace, embroidery, and cute and kitsch vintage fabrics. This Saturday you’ll see the new Lulu range of brooches and earings, and handcrafted Embroidery Hoop necklaces.
This season the retro-infused Wanderlust Clothing has added a range of 100% cotton a-line skirts made in exclusive runs to ensure that they are only a ‘few of a kind’! Mismatched prints with the signature Wanderlust stretchy waistband will keep you stylish and comfortable. The ever-popular getaway skirt is back this season in new striped colour combinations and solids colours including fuchsia, yellow, emerald green and grey. Perfect for colour-blocking and adding new season colour to your look!
Miss Lulu is a 50’s inspired clothing label for modern day pin ups and rockabilly dolls! “Dedication to quality of construction, flattering fits and cheeky fabrics is what keeps Miss Lulu’s customers coming back for more! Miss Lulu’s garments are handmade in NSW Australia, in small runs of fabric, perfect for the all the individual beauties out there!”
Alongside the colourful mix of clothing, arts and wares will be the new gourmet food area. Experience delicious products from first time stallholder and chocolatier, Cocoa Nib; organic wine from Millcreek Vineyard, organic spring produce from Organic Feast, and award-winning chai from Bon Chai.
Live music will be playing throughout the day from Sorella Strings, Georgie-Rose Kefecek and drumming from Earthen Rhythms.
When: 9am – 3pm
Where: The Junction Public School, Newcastle, NSW 2300