Samantha Melamed, Inquirer Staff Writer
Posted: Friday, July 18, 2014, 1:08 AM
The latest iteration of Franklin Flea - the marketplace for vintage and handmade wares that temporarily enlivened the vacant Center City Strawbridge & Clothier space on Saturdays this spring - pops up Saturday outside McCall School at Seventh and Delancey.
The market, whose wheelhouse includes reclaimed-wood frames, ironic tropical-sunset "Philadelphia" T-shirts, vintage furniture, handmade jewelry, and single-origin pour-over coffee, also is transitioning from a weekly affair to a bigger monthly one as a way of driving more excitement.
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This Saturday, marks the open-air debut for the Franklin Flea, taking full advantage of the summer weather and enabling this curated collection the opportunity to attract even more curious shoppers. PW had a chat recent with Vevle, who briefly discussed the attraction of his passion.