Lovers of exclusive items, whether they be fashion, interior design or anything else, should head to the two-day Design Market in Tallinn's impressive Kultuurikatel, a former factory near the coast that has become a favourite venue for parties, markets and exhibitions. You'll find a display of the best in Estonian and Nordic design on 2nd and 3rd April.
Don't just head to the usual shops - take time to peruse the selection of clothing, accessories, bags, ceramics, home furnishings, illustrations, eco-cosmetics, textiles, children's wear and far more. Designers from Estonia Lithuania, Latvia, Finland and Sweden will be on-hand to talk through their creative process, or you can just shop until you drop, in the knowledge that you're getting something new and cool, and it's possible no-one back home will have the same item as you!
There's something for art fans too: Estonia, thanks to Tallinn's Kumu museum, is well-known as a haven for revolutionary art. From 29th March to 3rd April, Tallinn's best galleries in collaboration with the Estonian Contemporary Art Development Centre (ECADC), are giving everyone the chance to meet with some of the most exciting and controversial names on the Estonian and international art scenes. Participating galleries will throw their doors open for free, while museums will let you in free of you show your TMW festival pass.
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