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A Chat with Topanga Vintage Market
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We are a flea market that is not as gargantuan as the Rose Bowl, but with over 180 sellers we still have lots of variety. It’s the mellow, Valley version of Long Beach Flea. Mantiques happen to be a specialty at TVM, because when we opened next to the awesome Super Car Sunday and the guys keep coming.
Of the products you sell, which are your favorites?
With dozens of vendors of everything vintage it’s hard to say. For Dads, we think it’s a tie between amazing antique technology like early microscopes, cameras or 1980’s cell phones, and the sports memorabilia. But there’s also the vintage toys, and of course, auto memorabilia. Too many choices!
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
We started Topanga Vintage Market because we love vintage and didn’t want to have to schlep to Long Beach or Pasadena to sell and buy. We also knew that a smaller, “all vintage” market was what antiqua-holics (like us) were looking for. 180+ vintage vendors, select artisans, and food trucks. Yaya!
What do you love most about your job?
We like to Save Old Stuff. That’s how we got started, but now it’s really about the family of flea marketeers that we bring together to raise the Big Top every month. The amazing sellers, both seasoned & fresh, and the thousands of junkanisters who join us the 4th Sunday of every month.
Topanga Vintage Market at Pierce College
Walking around Topanga Vintage Market at Pierce College is like stepping back in time. Well, more like shopping back in time. More than 180 vendors from near and far travel to this outdoor bazaar to showcase their treasures, which range from vintage fashion accessories and clothing such as hats and shoes to guitars, vinyl, art, and comic books. A stroll down one row may yield tables of die-cast trucks or ceramic busts, whereas a turn around the corner may bring one face-to-face with life-sized marionettes and shelves upon shelves of aged globes. The market, like a shy perennial, is open the fourth Sunday of every month.