Philadelphia, PA - Thinking about visiting the 2018 Philly Home Show? We fit as many events, features and vendors into the Pennsylvania Convention Center as we can, so doing it all may seem overwhelming. We’ve picked eight highlights to be sure to check off your list. See our top eight things to do at the 2018 Philly Home Show.
Amazulu Collections – Charita Powell, owner. Seven days a week and for nearly 30 years, this popular Reading Terminal Market stand has represented artists from all over the world and lived the motto, “where cultures meet.” For sale: handmade folk dolls, original paintings, body care, cultural clothing—including Urban Karma, Powell’s pattern-rich clothing collection for women and men—and her signature sterling silver jewelry of her own design, made by Indonesian artisans.
Charlie’s Jeans – Sebastian McCall, owner. This Old City spot is known and loved for its staff of fit experts. Slim, distressed, dark, flare, pencil, straight, bootcut, styles for work or for play are all on the menu, so is the store’s American-made denim brand, Sebastian McCall Jeans, named for its owner.
Cultured Couture Vintage – Erik Honesty, owner. This Mount Airy bastion of quality style is best known for its stock of designer vintage menswear— well-priced Hermes scarves, ties, coats and shirts, Louis Vuitton and Gucci luggage, select women’s pieces and Honesty’s own line of royalty-inspired, sui generis capes. In other words, the selection is a little bit Jidenna with a dash of Fonzworth Bentley. The destination-worthy boutique also hosts art shows and panel discussions.