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Shop One-Of-A-Kind Clothing and Home Decor at Head West Marketplace in Sebastopol

The pop-up marketplace showcases more than 50 Bay Area artisans. This is a great opportunity to shop unique styles from makers, crafters, designers, and small brands.

Achieving a unique style for home and wardrobe is all about curation. But, with Instagram and big box stores generating viral kind of styles, it can be hard to pull off a look that feels personal and fresh.

Enter the small-batch makers of the Bay Area. Inspired by the beauty of the local landscape and with a commitment to craftsmanship and design, they are creating unique wares that can enliven a space and help define personal style. On October 12, a Bay Area pop-up marketplace for small, emerging brands—Head West—is coming to the Barlow in Sebastopol. The impressive roster of artisans with offerings from plant hangers to bespoke watches, will join the Barlow’s exquisite retail offerings for a truly unique shopping experience—click through the above gallery for information on sellers.

Head West Marketplace, Saturday, October 12, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., The Barlow, 6770 McKinley St., Sebastopol, headwestmarketplace.com

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