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Thanks to the Vintage Bazaar, a pop-up market started by locals Katherine Raz and Libby Alexander, the Windy City is brimming with prime design finds.

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  Katherine Raz (left) and Libby Alexander, founders of Vintage Bazaar, a pop-up flea market in Chicago.  Photo by David Robert Elliot.
    Katherine Raz (left) and Libby Alexander, founders of Vintage Bazaar, a pop-up flea market in Chicago. Photo by David Robert Elliot.
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  The Vintage Bazaar captures the ephemeral appeal — and inherent thrill — of traditional flea markets. Danish modern items are still predictably popular, but vendors don't discriminate.  Photo by David Robert Elliot.
    The Vintage Bazaar captures the ephemeral appeal — and inherent thrill — of traditional flea markets. Danish modern items are still predictably popular, but vendors don't discriminate. Photo by David Robert Elliot.
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  A series of classic cameras.  Photo by David Robert Elliot.
    A series of classic cameras. Photo by David Robert Elliot.
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  Vintage yellowing newspapers.  Photo by David Robert Elliot.
    Vintage yellowing newspapers. Photo by David Robert Elliot.
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  Still-pristine tableware.  Photo by David Robert Elliot.
    Still-pristine tableware. Photo by David Robert Elliot.
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  A colorful array of sunglasses.  Photo by David Robert Elliot.
    A colorful array of sunglasses. Photo by David Robert Elliot.
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  Table accessories.  Photo by David Robert Elliot.
    Table accessories. Photo by David Robert Elliot.
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  A painting of Richard Nixon.Click here for an extended look at the Vintage Bazaar: Katherine and Libby's favorite designs from their most recent event.Don't miss a word of Dwell! Download our  FREE app from iTunes, friend us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter!   Photo by David Robert Elliot.
    A painting of Richard Nixon.Click here for an extended look at the Vintage Bazaar: Katherine and Libby's favorite designs from their most recent event.

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    Photo by David Robert Elliot.

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