There are dozens of eclectic retailers in the area, but shopping is taken up a notch at Randolph Street Market, described by Better Homes and Gardens as one of the “Nine flea markets you must visit before you die.” USA Today called it one of the “10 best flea markets for finding vintage treasures.”
Among 125 indoor vendors and more than 300 in the warm weather months are the Chicago Antique Market, Indie Designer Market and Modern Vintage Chicago, making the Randolph Street Market a must-stop for designers, collectors and influencers alike. Unique finds abound, whether it be vintage and modern home furnishings, art, jewelry or fashion. There’s plenty of food and drink available, as well.
Beyond the Market, Box Shops by Related is a rotating collective of local retailers, while Morlen Sinoway Atelier is a design studio to match the avant edginess of the neighborhood. Kristin Cavallari’s Uncommon James adds a bit of star power to the area’s boutique chic sensibility.