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Are you a collector of vintage clothes and accessories or do you just love it to aimlessly walk around on a market? Then, do we have good news for you. Do you live in Amsterdam? Well, then prepare yourself for De Kloffie Markt 2.0. The most fun market for vintage lovers in The Netherlands!

New dates of De Kloffie Markt

Kloffie, roughly translated meaning: old clothes, has been around for a couple of years now. It’s competing with the bigger IJ-hallen thrift-shopping event at the Amsterdam NDSM-Werf. However, this smaller market is way more fun. Whereas you mostly find old gargabe, sold by cranky elderly people, at the IJ-Hallen, is De Kloffie Markt the place to be for the collector and vintage-lover.

De Kloffie Markt will be held at De Hallen – not to be confused with the IJ-Hallen – near to Amsterdam’s biggest street-food venue.

This market has announced a few new dates. The market will open again on the 9th of February, then the 2nd of March and closes on the 6th of April, with a special Kloffie MarktΒ 2.0 Festival. Though whatever that entails, is still kept secret.

Are you not that into vintage or second-hand fashion? Don’t worry, high-end fashion like Michael Kors, Prada and Stella McCartney are just some of the many brands that are represented during De Kloffie Markt.Β As some of the stand also go to bigger department stores and indivual shopkeepers. Are you not browsing for clothes entirely? Then you might be able to find some nice accessories for your living- or bedroom as well!

Visitor or participator?

If you love to show off your own creations and even sell some of it, then sign up right here, right now! You don’t have to be a brand or store to sell of your hand-me-downs, but if you are, then there is definetly room for you! Book a stall, but be quick, stalls tend to sell out rather quickly.

For more information, keep a close eye on their Instagram profile.


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Rajno van Wilgenburg

Rajno is finishing his study journalism. This is where he got in touch with the online media world. After working in marketing and data driven content, he started working as an author and editor. Now he is the trend watcher of Floortjeloves.

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