Independent and vintage designers are joining forces for a brand new fashion market in Manchester, which is launching this week.
The “Off the Hook” market will take place for the first time on Friday 1st March at food, drink and retail destination Hatch, off Oxford Road.
The fashion market will bring together a host of independent designers, makers and vintage specialists from Depot and ASOS Market Place for the first time.
The market will be open from midday to 8pm and will be an opportunity to browse individual and unique pieces from a host of designers, labels and sellers you won’t find anywhere else.
Off the Hook is a new collective of independent traders set up by two Manchester School of Art students, with the aim of establishing a creative hub for budding artists, designers and musicians.
Music will be provided throughout the afternoon and into the evening via an eclectic mix of DJs including Fynn Bennell from Rascal and Barney Carr from Notre Dance.
As the sun goes down and Hatch is transformed into a vibrant ‘night market’ visitors are invited to enjoy the Off the Hook party vibes throughout the evening at Hatch where there is all the street food, craft beer, natural wine and cocktails you could possibly want for one big party under the Mancunian Way.
The Off the Hook markets will be the first in a series of new markets at Hatch running throughout the year, with more details to be announced soon.