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Lambada: Monthly Fair and Online Store

Lambada is a modern and trendy fair held one weekend a month in different locations around central Moscow. On November 9-10 Lambada will take place in the Museum of Moscow.

The Lambada fair is very popular among young and fashionable people. Small, local companies sell handmade jewelry, trendy clothes and bags, vintage furniture, ceramics, fresh flowers, organic beauty products, teas and much more. The atmosphere is lively — you can shop, listen to live music, sip a coffee and grab something yummy from the food court.

During our visit to the fair we came home with some nice hoodies with Russian text on as a present for our friend, one of a kind t-shirts for our children, ceramics and perfumed oils. Prices are very reasonable and quality is high. And we even picked up some business cards from the various brands, so we'll be able to buy online in future. Lambada's online store carries a good selection of brands from the fair.

Each month there are new vendors selected to take part in the fair, meaning a return visit is never boring. For young designers this venue is a way to enter the market.

Time: 9 -10 November, 12.00 - 22.00

Location: Museum of Moscow, Zubovskiy Bulvar 2

Metro: Park Cultury

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