The biggest community flea market delivered on its promise to bring back nostalgia and unique goods for thrift and vintage enthusiasts
Good Old Days 2 the biggest community flea market returned to the scene last April 9 at Elements at Centris in Quezon City. The hotly anticipated thrift and vintage convention delivered on its promise to bring back nostalgia and a wide array of goods—pre-loved items, vintage finds and unique pieces, like reworked/ upcycled jackets and sweat sets.
Apparel aside, there were also collectibles, curiosities and toys, like Dragon Ball Z action figures sourced from Japan, on display and for sale. There was also a live tattoo session for those that wanted to get inked. No doubt Good Old Days 2 had something for every taste and personality.
What’s more, this event has become a platform not just for local thrifters and vintage sellers but for rising artists to showcase their creativity, too. Doze was on deck to set the mood, while Deny, Hey Abi, Jewels, JMakata, Jose at Melodiya, North Side Allegiance and O Side Mafia took the stage throughout the day.
Behind Good Old Days 2 are Season Pass, a collective that specializes in vintage and secondhand clothing rooted in Manila’s hip-hop and streetwear culture, and TMP Productions, an events and talent management, and production company founded by Douglas Brocklehurst in 2018. Can’t wait until the next event? Season Pass holds a bi-monthly flea market in Maginhawa and Makati.
For more information, follow Good Old Days on Instagram at @goodolddays.ww and like the Facebook page.
Art Matthew Fetalver