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Bust Magazine Hosting First All-Vegan Craft Fair

The magazine is looking for vendors to showcase their goods at its Craftacular event in June.

Women’s lifestyle magazine Bust is hosting its first-ever vegan and environmentally friendly craft fair, featuring a variety of cruelty-free handmade goods. The Bust Magazine Vegan Craftacular is scheduled to take place on June 16 and 17 at The Seed: A Vegan Experience, a New York conference benefiting The New York Coalition for Healthy School Food and Mercy for Animals. Bust is currently accepting applications for vendors looking to sell their vegan-friendly clothing, jewelry, beauty care, home décor, and more at this inaugural event. For eight years, the magazine’s Craftacular events have attracted thousands of customers looking for unique artisan items.

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