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Design by BKLYN: Artisans show off their wares at 15th annual fest

Day out on the town: Eric and Caila Moed gaze at the various products at BKLYN Designs in Greenpoint over the weekend.
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It was a design fest!

Artisans, craftsmen, designers, and architects young and old gathered at the Brooklyn Expo Center from May 5 to May 7 for the 15th annual BKLYN Design fair, showcasing their works for a crowd eager to see what the next big (or little) thing to come out of the borough will be.

The event provided emerging designers and well-known brands a showcase for their products while offering attendees exhibits, pop-up lounges, and product demos that turned heads.

“It was a good mixture of different types of designs.” said Eric Moed, who had been referred to the fair by one of the participants, One Button. “It was cool to see what young designers were able to come up with.”

The fair was hosted, as always, by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce.

Updated 4:33 pm, May 10, 2017
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Reasonable discourse

Andy from Greenpoint says:
Must one wear a jean jacket to attend?
May 11, 8:08 pm
Saul from Williamsburg says:
No, though it is recommended that you share the same blood type as your partner.
May 11, 8:52 pm
Meredith from Rochester says:
Sounds fun!
May 16, 6:02 pm

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