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Brr! With temperatures dropping quickly, Amy Lynn Chase of Haberdash Vintage is bringing her infamous mobile operations indoors for winter. Best known for its retro trailer—and recently, an old-school bus—Haberdash moved into a brick-and-mortar space called Crompton Collective, an antique and artisanal market founded by Chase herself and open for business as of September this year, with over 40 vendors showing everything from clothing to furniture and handmade items.
via Haberdash FB
So what does the bus look like now? Take a peek above! Moving in all the goods is undoubtedly a challenging proposition, but seeing all the enticing snaps of the new digs makes us want to book it to Worcester, stat.
Stop by Haberdash and its fellow vendors every Wednesday-Saturday from 11-6 pm, Thursday 11-8 pm, and Sunday 12-5 pm. 138 Green Street, Worcester, MA; (508) 753-7303.
· Crompton Collective [Official Site]
· Haberdash Vintage [Official Site]