Shop til You Rock: 2023 Southeast Punk Flea Market

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The Southeast Punk Flea Market made its way back to Savannah for the second time on Saturday and Sunday at the Alee Shrine Club.

According to their website, the SEPFM goes on an annual tour of the Southeast with the goal of creating a place for like-minded individuals to sell their underground art and alternative fashion.

They made their first trip to Savannah last year in their thirteen-year history.

Vendors sold items ranging from real animal skulls to striking art to handmade clothing.

Georgia Southern graduate Hillary Jeffers is the owner of Midnight Menagerie. She sells upcycled hand-dyed clothing, accessories and artwork.

“The SEPFM is one of the more welcoming flea markets,” she said.

“I sort of have always had, like, a funky, punk sort of whimsical style, and I love to promote sustainability and inclusivity,” said Jeffers. “I’m a part of the queer community myself. I love to display that in my artwork. I want people to be, like, proud of themselves.”

Savannah Inglesby owns a vintage clothing brand called Disorderly Conduct. Her clothing consists of several different styles “all the way from the fifties to Y2K,” she said.

Inglesby travels in her RV and sells at several markets across the Southeast. She has followed the SEPFM for three years.

“They do a good job of making people feel comfortable,” Inglesby said. “It feels like home every time I come, and that’s what I love about this market.”

“I think it’s cool how many different artists from different walks of life convened in one area,” said shopper Aleesa Kebberly.

Their next stop is in Charleston, SC on April 15th and 16th from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.