Photographer Maiko’s guide to Los Angeles #37 (Zebulon Bazaar, a small flea market in Silver Lake)
Vintage Clothing event LA guide
With her small frame and heavy camera, Los-Angeles-based photographer Maiko captures photos of her daily lifestyle. Throughout this series, we will be introducing some of Maiko’s favorite stores and area through her eyes.
This month, we will be introducing the “Zebulon Bazaar,” a flea market held at the parking lot of a bar named Zebulon located north of Silver Lake every Saturday between 11:00 to 17:00.
The flea market was started this March and is still small in scale, but many popular vendors from the Rose Bowl Flea Market can be seen exhibiting their items there.
On this day, 11 vendors from various parts of the country gathered together to set up their booths and exhibit their items. Held in a parking lot of a bar called Zebulon, many of the visitors were seen having friendly discussions about vintage wear with drinks in hand.
This is the booth set up by No Grand Rituals, a popular vendor that participates in the Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena every second Saturday of the month.
1910-1920s French Biaude
1940s Army Reversibe Mountain Parka
Pictured here is the The Discovered Man
Early 1960s Russel Atheletic
A wide range of denim jackets and bowling shirts could also be found at the flea market.
Pictured here is the Clutch Golf
1950s printed shirts
Here is an original US Army vest from the 1940s padded with alpaca wool lining.
Having just started, this flea market is relatively unknown outside of people who are in the know. Featuring a wide range of rare and high quality vintage items, we are very excited for future expansion. We enjoy large-scale flea markets like the Rose Bowl Flea Market that is visited by huge crowds of people, but we also appreciate these smaller local flea markets just the same. We also love that it is held on a weekly basis.
2478 Fletcher Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90039
11AM-5PM Every Saturday
Born in Shizuoka Prefecture. After graduating from university, she began her career in journalism. After leaving her job, she decided to move to Hawaii to become a professional photographer. Gaining knowledge, experience, and English abilities through her work, she then moved to Los Angeles in 2015. She currently belongs to Seven Bros. Picture, a collaborative group of creative individuals. (http://seven-bros.com
Photo by Maiko Naito Text by CLUTCH Magazine
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