Browse our traders and shop from the comfort of your home on Sunday 13th December. Tune into our Instagramgrid where we will be sharing our traders previews and posting items in our Instagram stories throughout the day of the event. See our full line up of traders on our website HERE
It’s the perfect time for that winter wardrobe edit from cosy coats to knitwear and sparkly outfits for the festive season. Browse 45 traders offering a plethora of choice from menswear to womenswear, jewellery and accessories hailing from the 1900s through to 1990s. Whether you’re looking for a one-off special piece or pre-loved designer labels for less, this is where you’ll find your new season wardrobe with labels like Biba, Chanel, Ossie Clark and YSL among lesser known brands. They’ll be unique antique and vintage gifts that have meaning too and plenty of time for the Christmas post
How to shop – View each brand on our instagram grid. Click through our posts to their pages to view more items. Comment on their posts if you want more information or to purchase.
We will be sharing our brands through our instagram stories as well and some of our traders will be live on IG dropping new pieces throughout the day and available to answer queries.
Advice – make sure you have your measurements
*Please note each trader will have different T&C’s so best to check with them first before making any purchases. We are not liable for the description of or items, payment or postage. This is between the customer and trader*
Sunday 15th March 11am-5pm £5 entry (£2 with NUS card) Freemasons Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5AZ
March Madness! Spring is here which means it’s time to clear out our closets, Mothering Sunday is coming up and our advance tickets are selling like hot cakes. So round up your friends to top up your wardrobe at Clerkenwell Vintage Fashion Fair at Freemasons Hall this weekend!
If you missed our February fair, you missed out on AMAZING one-off vintage and designer labels at affordable prices. Design houses, film wardrobe, stylists, celebrities, journalists and bloggers came together with the capital’s vintage lovers scoring pieces from the Victorian era right through to the 1990s street wear and couture. Designer labels included Dior, Chanel, Ossie Clark, Biba, Burberry and more, with plenty of fresh stock arriving for March in time for a mid season wardrobe overhaul.
Expect to find womenswear, menswear, accessories, textiles and trimmings with prices starting at £5 to over £100 there will be something for everyone!
A few new names join our roster of cherry-picked, quality traders serving you womenswear, menswear, accessories and textiles. First up on our list is Emma Caderni with antique and vintage womenswear, accessories, textiles and jewellery. With a penchant for prints, embroidery and unusual antique and costume jewellery. 60’s & 70’s styles and prints. This will be her first fair with us at Freemasons Hall in Covent Garden so look out for her collection.
Gail Kingsman has been trading for over 20 years on the festival circuit as well as fairs further afield offering womenswear, menswear, accessories and textiles dating from Victorian era through to 1970’s. We welcome Gail to our family of traders adding to the eclectic mix of styles spanning decades of fashion.
Looking for quality menswear from 1950’s – 1970’s? Little Venice Vintage return to our fair this Sunday from Margate with American apparel, US, Swiss & Austrian Military pieces alongside cool tee’s. A favourite among the boys and design teams looking for details. Well worth checking out Dave Hill’s stand for rare vintage for the discerning gentlemen. He’ll have lot’s of small sizes for the girls too. Alongside him is A Loose Arrangement with pieces for the tomboys from cool tailoring to Americana, Military pieces and designer labels. Expect to find unusual details, fixings and prints.
Shoeporium UK returns from Leicester with 100’s of deadstock shoes and bags dating from 1970s-1990s. Expect to find labels such as Charles Jourdin, Bally, Bruno Magli, Kurt Geiger, Renata and Rodo to name but a few. All in mint condition waiting to be paired with the perfect outfit from this Sunday’s fair. Walk this way!
Original Yves Saint Laurent and other iconic 70’s couture heading our way from Tutu Divine. Loving this colour pop!
Herbie Mensah Vintage returns to our March fair with some exciting new menswear pieces, upcycled selection and his usual array of top spec men’s vintage. Whether you’re looking for oversized overcoats, knitwear, 80’s & 90’s designer labels, street wear or Military pieces Herbie will have you and your beaus wardrobe sorted.
Last but not least on our list of returning traders is Fuji Kimono with a beautiful collection of antique and vintage kimonos, haori, obi, textiles and collectibles. Fuji’s stand was mobbed at our last fair with men and women adding bold prints, textures and a contemporary twist with otherwise traditional pieces.
Many of you be will returning to your firm favourites at our March fair like Lady Janes Vintage Bandwagon, Rebecca Sweeting, Cloud Cuckoo Land, London Vintage,Chichirara Vintage, Pigsty 71 and Luxe Vintage London to name but a few who will have sourced items especially for you.
March Fair – Sunday 15th March 11am-5pm £5 entry (£2 to students)
Freemasons Hall 60 great Queen Street Covent Garden WC2B 5AZ
Following the success of Clerkenwell Vintage Fashion Fair’s pre London Fashion Week fair at Freemasons Hall, we return on Sunday 15th March.
If you missed our February fair, you missed out on amazing one-off vintage and designer labels at affordable prices. Design houses, stylists, celebrities, journalists and bloggers came together with the capital’s vintage lovers scoring pieces from the Victorian era through to the 1990s street wear. Designer labels included Dior, Chanel, Ossie Clark, Biba, Burberry and more, with plenty of fresh stock arriving for March in time for a mid season wardrobe overhaul.
Freemasons Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5AZ
After our Christmas break we’re back with our 1st fair of the decade on Sunday 2nd February. The Vintage Collections is our much celebrated biannual fair 2 weeks ahead of London Fashion Week at Freemasons’ Hall, in Covent Garden. We’ll have some of the best designer vintage labels and styles spanning over 100 years of fashion that inspire contemporary collections.
Whether you’re on the hunt for new-season inspiration, sourcing one-off pieces for your next photo shoot or need a fresh wardrobe update our 50+ traders will have you sorted from head to toe with sensational vintage fashion, accessories and trimmings. Our traders have years of combined experience and knowledge from product development for major fashion houses, costume design for theatre, film and television, as well as styling for fashion editorial, music videos and celebrities.
Regular customers to our fairs will no doubt have their list of favourite regular traders picked out for a vintage shopping spree at The Vintage Collections. Discover some new traders to our fair on Sunday 2nd February too such as Spoon Vintage, Annoushka Bryant, The House Down, Evelyn Jean Vintage and Nigel Preston along with returning traders Fuji Kimono, Retrouve Vintage, The Vintage HQ, Turner Vintage, Atelier Archive Vintage, Herbie Mensah Vintage and Black Pearl Vintage. From Victorian capes to 1920s flapper dresses, 60’s, 70’s & 80’s labels from Dior to Ossie Clark, Biba and Chanel to French workwear, 90’s streetwear & couture, our cherry-picked traders cater to every style hunter.
Our on-the-spot alterations will be on hand so you won’t have to compromise on the dream dress. There is nothing they can’t do to ensure your new purchases fit like a glove. From simple hems, to zips, new linings or some tlc to your existing wardrobe. We’re all for make-do-and-mend NOT fast fashion. Drop your garments off with Heather McHale whilst you continue browsing the fair.
New traders and our top picks for this Sunday’s fair:
Spoon Vintage join us for our 1st fair of the year all the way from Paris. Founder and buyer Manon will have a well curated stand showcasing antique and vintage womenswear from 1920s through to 1980s with an eye for detail, unusual pattern cutting and asymmetric design. This stand will be mobbed!
Lauren Spanjar Hewitt aka The House Down join our family of traders for the 1st time with womenswear and menswear spanning over 100 years. Lauren is a favourite among design teams and stylists looking for unusual one-off pieces for fashion shoots or to reinterpret into pieces for today’s catwalks. Prints, denim, accessories and dresses galore. A great fashion resource.
Annoushka Bryant founder of Jilted Gems has been trading for over 10 years at some of the best antique and jewellery fairs in the country. Annoushka will be showcasing some beautiful fine and costume jewellery she has collected over the years at our fair dating from the late 1800s through to 1990s. Expect to find Georgian, Victorian, Arts & Crafts, Art Deco, 1950s and Designer vintage jewellery along with some accessories on her stand at The Vintage Collections. A lovely addition to our jewellery and accessories dealers.
Alma Lata Paris joins us with designer Nigel Preston’s huge archive of antique and vintage womenswear collected for over 30 years for inspiration for their collections. We’re delighted these pieces are finally being unleashed from their studio in France to be given a new lease of life at our fair. Whether you’re a stylist, vintage collector or designer there will be something for everyone to draw from on this stand before they head off to NY Fashion Week to showcase their next collection.
EvelynJean Vintage rock up for their debut at our much loved show with pretty pre-loved vintage womenswear and accessories. Tamzin focuses on ready to wear womenswear from 1950s Horrockses floral print dresses to Welsh tapestry capes, 70s maxi dresses and 80’s designer pieces with great price points.
Our regular traders that you know and love have been collecting pieces exlusive to our fair such as Lady Jane’s Vintage Bandwagon, The Antique and Vintage Wardrobe, Rebecca Sweeting, Cloud Cuckoo Land, London Vintage, Oliver Vintage, Audra’s Brooches, Luxe vintage London Cleo Vintage so come and join us all for The Vintage Collections on Sunday 2nd February and pick up a piece of fashion history. Some of our top picks:
1920s Embroidered Kimono – Oliver Vintage
1970s Chocolate Brown Leather Saint Laurent Belted Macintosh – Vintage Akimbo Finds
1930 Hungarian Embroidered Hand Made Waistcoat – Atelier Archive Vintage
1970s Ossie Clark for Radley Moss Crepe Dress – Crystal Vintage
Moschino Cheap and Chic Navy Wool Jacket – Madame E Vintage
The Vintage Collections – Sunday 2nd February 2020. 11am-5pm £5 entry (£2 with NUS card)
Freemasons Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5AZ
Clerkenwell Vintage Fashion Fair returns in February with The Vintage Collections. The 1st fair of the new season, 2 weeks ahead of London Fashion Week. They’ll be a buzz in town as fashionistas start flocking in from all over the globe to London’s most celebrated event. So be sure to pop this show in your schedule and pick up a piece of fashion history with styles spanning over 100 years of fashion. Many of which inspire the catwalks today.
Open to all, the shopping event will be the first fair of the new season at the stunning Freemasons Hall in Covent Garden, conveniently located for locals, tourists & designers seeking out the fashion capital’s famous vintage scene.
Browse 50+ traders, cherry-picked for their excellent design eye, and plethora of choice including womenswear, menswear and accessories, hailing from the Victorian era through to the 1990s. Clerkenwell Vintage Fashion Fair offers up pieces that are right on trend as well as unique cuts and patterns that will be snapped up by design teams searching for new season inspiration. Whether you’re looking for a one-off special piece, or designer labels for less, this is where you’ll find your new season wardrobe with labels like Dior, YSL, Biba and Ossie Clark making a regular appearance on the rails at the fair.
Silky Drawers, our on-the-spot alterations service will be on hand to revamp your existing wardrobe or give your new vintage purchases a tip n tuck so they fit like a glove.
Sunday 24th November Freemasons’ Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5AZ £5 entry (£2 with NUS card)
We’re feeling festive! It’s our last fair of the year this Sunday 24th November just 4 weeks before Christmas! It will be your last chance to pick up sensational dresses for the party season and gather all your winter wardrobe essentials from under one roof. With such a great selection for him and for her, we hope you’ll find that something special that you won’t find on the high street. Shop local and shop vintage this Christmas to stand out from the crowd and for a gift that has authenticity and meaning…
With over 50 of the very best cherry-picked traders they’ll be a great selection of antique and vintage fashion, accessories and textiles for you to browse and tick off your Christmas shopping list.
Many of our regular traders are back including Lynda Ryan with designer fashion from the likes of Chanel and Prada, Pigsty Vintage with all those fabulous 70’s labels and prints, Isobel from Luxe Vintage London who specializes in designer jewellery, bags and silk scarves in their original boxes from brands such as Hermes & Chanel, Chichirara Vintage with unique fashion vintage pieces to include labels like Marimeko, Comme Des Garcons and Galliano, perfect for the discerning fashionistas and lot’s of cozy knitwear from oversized sweaters to multicoloured scarves to snuggle up in. Lady Janes Vintage Bandwagon has a penchant for knitwear by 70’s designer Mary Farrin, rare Zandra Rhodes pieces and those boho party dresses from labels such as Biba, Ossie Clark and Janice Wainwright whilst her hubby Nick Reed Film Posters will have lot’s of rare poster art from film to fashion, music and propaganda. Rebecca Sweeting brings her exquisite early 20th century womenswear, accessories and tribal pieces all ready-to-wear and ripe for reinvention. Cloud Cuckoo Land will have costumes and early century womenswear including New Year’s Eve-ready flapper dresses. They’ll be everything from designer labels with great prints such as Gianni Versace cowl neck blouses to 1950’s cigarette pants with sequin piping on London Vintage stand and certainly not last on our roster of regular traders or least, Dottie Annie’s Vintage will have you dripping in fabulous costume jewellery from names such as Myriam Haskell to designer gems from Dior.
New to our fair is Black Pearl Vintage London specializing in antique and vintage womenswear. Julia will be bringing lot’s of fabulous winter coats, capes and jackets from 1900s through to 1970s this Sunday alongside some gorgeous 1930’s dresses.
Naomi Leigh of Vintage Bedazzle returns this Sunday from her buying trip in LA with LOT’S of jewelicious costume jewellery as well as antique clothing and Victorian capelets too.
Bag the bag! HDO Vintage are back with PLENTY of antique and vintage bags in all shapes and sizes for all style preferences. The perfect accessory to finish off this season’s outfits.
Atelier Vintage London will have frocks and jumpsuits to turn heads 360 degrees on NYE like this fabulous Jean Varon number as well as deadstock shoes from the 60s & 70s.
Need a winter coat? The Catherine Collection will be bringing you everything from 1960s bespoke capes to faux fur 70 coats, tweeds and 90’s Burberry macs. All in immaculate condition!
Vintage and ‘upcycled vintage’ menswear is all the rage right now and Herbie Mensah Vintage does it so well.He’ll have fresh stock from his buying trip in NY for the vintage aficionados as well as new pieces from his much loved collection of reworked vintage. Suits, separates, overcoats and jackets.
Just adding accessories to your outfit can dress it up. These fab Chanel clip on earrings will definitely do just that and more. Check out at Charm Vintage for quirky unlabeled as well as known designer jewellery brands. The perfect stand to pick up some gifts too!
It’s getting cold out there and this 70’s luxe gilet from House of Provenance will be among stylist Frank Akinsete’s collection. Perfect over a maxi dress this season and he’ll have plenty of those too.
Audra’s Brooches who were recently featured in Vogue, will have plenty to spruce up your winter coats from 1930’s bakerlite to 50’s diamonte and huge 1980’s Butler & Wilson jaguars. Add some sparkle to your frocks too with these fabulous 70’s disco belts.
Gigi’s Dressing Room are for the 1st time unleashing some of the dresses that were only for hire to include this rare 70’s Frank Usher. The sleeves, the cut, the fabric! This is one of his earlier couture pieces coming on Sunday…
When you’re all shopped out for yourself with vintage and sustainable outfits for the season you can pick up some gifts that have authenticity and meaning too starting with one of The Old Watch Company timeless pieces. A gift with great provenance and one that certainly won’t double up under the tree.
Nick Reed Film Posters will have our walls decked with everything from from film to fashion, music and propaganda posters so something for everyone’s taste and decor.
Christmas Special! Sunday 24th November 11am – 5pm £5 (£2 with NUS card)
Freemasons Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5AZ
Well this is it folks. Our last fair of the year and just 4 weeks until Christmas!! We’ll have your winter wardrobe sorted and all those party dresses for the festive season. They’ll be lot’s of unique, one-off presents to put under the tree too from rare antique watches to Hermes silk scarves and Chanel jewellery.
We’re not back until February 2020 so round up your friends and pre-book your tickets to our final fair for 2019 where you can be sure to find quality vintage and authentic designer pieces dating from as early as 1900s right through to 1990s. Menswear, womenswear, accessories and textiles from some of the very best vintage dealers in the UK.
See you on 24th November for your winter wardrobe edit with over 50 stands to choose from and pick up some gifts that have authenticity and meaning too.
Autumn Fair Preview Sunday 20th October 11am-5pm £5 (£2 with NUS card)
There’s finally a chill in the air so join us and our fine roster of traders for your autumn wardrobe edit at Clerkenwell Vintage Fashion Fair this Sunday! We’re full to the rafters with some of the very best traders who will be unwrapping their finest collections of knitwear, coats, capes, frocks and accessories from all your favourite eras so you can wrap up in style this autumn.
Over 50 traders will fill the stunning Freemasons Hall in Covent Garden with original, authentic vintage and pre-loved designer pieces many of which nail autumn/winter 19’s top trends but for those of you that have frequented our fairs over the years you will already know that our ethos is anything goes. Vintage doesn’t follow fashion but inspires today’s fashion so wear whatever makes you feel good, whatever the style or the era. Individuality is the biggest definer of British style and the beauty of vintage is that you can create your own look with pieces that no else will be wearing and without costing the earth.
Many of you will be returning to some of your favourite traders this Sunday such as Lady Jane’s Vintage Bandwagon, London Vintage, The Antique and Vintage Wardrobe, Cloud Cuckoo Land, ChichiRaRa Vintage, Pigsty 71, Maycottage Prints and Crystal Vintage who will have put pieces aside for you knowing your style preferences but do check out some of our returning traders and NEW traders too! First up on our roster is Beth Swarbrick; ex stylist, collector and founder of The Park Vintage based in Brighton. Beth has a penchant for the 70s & 80s but she’ll be mixing it up with styles from 1940s this Sunday too. If your lost for inspiration this will be a great place to start with a well curated stand offering womenswear and accessories for the style savvy!
Next up on our roster of traders is Ilknur of Rock My Vintage Dress. Stylist formerly based in Turkey with a gorgeous ‘by appointment only’ boutique. Ilknur debuts at CVFF this Sunday with incredible collectible pieces. Beautiful antique and vintage womenswear and accessories from 1900s through to 1950s to include pre-loved designer labels such as Dior and Hartnell as well as traditional ethnic costume. Lot’s of wonderful pieces with great provenance to buy and to hire.
Delve into the eclectic world of Krausz Jewellery on Sunday: we welcome jewellery designer and vintage jewellery collector Michelle Krausz. Her designs are made from pre-loved costume jewellery reworked into more contemporary pieces as well as a range of beautiful bridal headbands styled from intricate pieces of antique and vintage pre-loved jewels. Well worth adding to your list of go-see stands for accessories to compliment your outfits for special occasions.
We’re delighted to welcome back Levison’s to our family of traders at this Sunday’s fair. Michael Levison has been trading for 25 years specializing in rare vintage menswear for the discerning gentlemen. His stand will be full to the raftas with pieces exclusive to our fair from separates to suits, military pieces and accessories dating from 1940s through to the 1960s. So bring you beau. They’ll be some real style steals on this stand on Sunday.
Looking for vintage menswear and reworked vintage pieces for men? 1st up on our roster of NEW menswear traders for our autumn fair is Herbie Mensah Vintage. Herbie modelled for many designers in the 80s such as Galliano, Body Map, Krolla, John Richmond and became a muse to Vivienne Westwood. His career as a model helped develop his passion for fashion which led him to selling vintage at Portobello Market from the late 90s as well as designing & customizing garments. Browse Herbie’s well curated stand of vintage and upcycled menswear on 20th October. We love his patchwork jackets and hand bleached suits.
It’s all bling! Kristina Devere returns with high end pre-loved designer and retro/vintage jewellery at affordable prices! From YSL cuffs to Cartier white gold love bracelets and a medley of Chanel. It will be a feast for the eyes on Sunday 20th October. 1st dibbs at 11am
London-based vintage fashion dealer with a passion for antique clothing and textiles. Turner Vintage joins us on Sunday with exactly that. A favourite among the design teams from international fashion houses looking for inspiration for next seasons collections. Shani will be offering unusual antique and vintage pieces from 1900s through to the 70s with labels such as Biba in the mix.
Spoilt for choice? Hope & Harlequin, Dot and Doll, Chota Bazaar and Ooh La La Vintage all return to our autumn fair this weekend with some Stella pieces too.
Autumn Fair, 20th October 11am -5pm £5 Entry (£2 students)
Freemasons Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5AZ
London’s leading vintage fair returns with our autumn style experience to the stunning Freemasons Hall on 20th October. Hot on the heels of our pre London Fashion Week fair, we’ll have your autumn/winter wardrobe sorted.
Over 50 of the very best traders will fill the art deco venue with true vintage from 1920’s embroidered opera coats to 70’s Ossie Clark dresses, Biba wool suits and American apparel. They’ll be plenty of pieces that nail autumn/winter 2019 top trends and fashion forward looks that inspire next season’s collections.
Clerkenwell Vintage Fashion Fair has built a reputation for cherry-picked traders with quality vintage and authentic designer pieces. Stock is well curated to serve the film and TV industry, design houses, and the style-savvy public who want unique fashion and designer labels less than the high street prices. The fair encompasses womenswear, menswear, accessories, handbags, shoes, textiles, and decorative items dating from 1900s through to 1990s, sourced from all over the globe.
Round up your friends and pre-book your tickets HERE
Join our facebook event for up to date info and for 1st dibs on vintage and designer pieces HERE
The shadows are getting longer and it’s time to start thinking about a wardrobe change. We return to Freemasons Hall this Sunday 8th September with The Vintage Collections – our 1st fair of the new season just 1 week ahead of London Fashion Week. With over 50 of the very best vintage traders you won’t be spoilt for choice. There will be styles spanning from over 100 years of fashion, many of which inspire the catwalks today.
We know you will have your favourite traders marked down on your go-to list such as Crystal Vintage, Lady Janes Vintage Bandwagon, June Nevin, Cloud Cuckoo Land, Retrouve Vintage, Vintwear, Pigsty 71, Maycottage Prints, Chichirara Vintage and Luxe Vintage London many of which have been with us since the very beginning but do check out some of our new and returning traders too starting with Oliver Vintage who specialises in womenswear and accessories from the 20s & 30s with an eye for exquisite detail. Oliver will be bringing some of his rare early 20th century finds as well as some eveningwear from the 1970s.
Next up on our roster of returning traders is Shelley Jukes founder of Atelier Archive Vintage with a well curated, fashion influenced collection of beautiful vintage clothing and accessories hailing from the 1920s through to 1970s
New to our family of traders this month is Simon Harrison UK with fine and costume jewellery dating back to their collections from the 1980s. We love this gold acorn leaf necklace designed for a Vivienne Westwood catwalk show.
This stunning 1940s dress with it’s beautiful autumnal print will be making it’s debut on Aubourg Vintage stand this Sunday among many more to include some Biba dresses too which regularly frequent our fairs and Layla’s rails.
We’re delighted to welcome Shoeporium to our fair for the very 1st time. Andrea will be bringing a high quality range of vintage shoes and bags with a hint of spice to include this fabulous black satin box bag with a wide handle and metal. A girl just can’t ever have enough!
Next up on our list of new traders is Amanda Bhatia aka Dottie Annies Vintage with stunning antique jewellery from the Regency period through to fantastic American vintage and costume jewellery hailing from 1940s-1980s. Amanda has been trading for many years and featured in an article on our fair in this weeks issue of the Antique Trade Gazette. This stunning Trifari set will be among her collection this Sunday. 1st dibs at 11am
This 1940s haute couture oyster dress by Marcel of Knightsbridge will be gracing the stand of collector and dealer Julie Moss who also joins our family of traders this Sunday for the very 1st time. It’s style and shape speaks of many eras including today and very Vivienne Westwood with it’s sexy feminine shaping. Julie will have plenty of other styles from different eras as well some beautiful accessories to include original Christian Dior hats representing 3 very different styles.
This delightfully Deco 1930s wool coat with fur pockets can be found on RSVP Vintage stand who joins us for the 1st time this Sunday too. Rachel Diamond is a collector and dealer in vintage deadstock from as early as the 30s through to the 1990s. Expect to find fashion forward styles from unknown brands as well as labels such as Dior, Louis Ferraud, Mary Quant and Gabicci. A favourite among the stylists and design teams.
This rare 1930s flame dress will be heading to our fair with the lovely Madame E Vintage who’s stalling out for the 1st time with Trendlistr with lot’s of beautiful pieces from as early as 1900s through to 1940s all exclusive to our fair this Sunday. We think this will be a winning combo we their design eye’s hauling in antique and vintage finds together for our style savvy shoppers and design teams.
Lest not forget the boys! Paulo Portobello returns with French & American workwear, Dutch fisherman’s shirts, WW2 military pieces, 80s & 90s designer labels such as Yohji Yamamoto, Vivienne Westwood and Comme des Garcon alongside some awesome American apparel like this 1970’s Rodeo leather jacket with fabulous stitching details ripe for reinvention.
Stunningly silky soft ivory 1970s changsan. Similar style to a cheongsam but a jacket rather than a dress or top. Paired with black jeans and chunky retro shades, its the perfect transitional top layer which is just light enough. Available from Trendlistr
What better way to take shade from the sun than under a silk vintage parasol? This beauty can be found on The Antique and Vintage Wardrobe stand who source unusual and highly covetable true vintage and antique clothing. It’s in great condition for it’s age with tassels and a pom pom!
Joining them on their stand again are The Old Watch Company with antique and vintage mens and womens watches like this extremely rare Omega Geneve. A lovely retro style with automatic date, stainless steal and clean blue dial with white hands from the late 60’s along with brands such as Bulova, Garrard, Rolex’s and many more…
London Vintage return from their recent buying trip in France with lot’s of womenswear and accessories to include this fabulous 1960s vinyl bag with a matching purse that has been featured in this months issue of The Covent Gardener Magazine. 1st dibbs on Sunday at 11am
Joining our fine roster of traders is Fat Faced Cat Shop with menswear & womenswear dating from 1900s-1990s. Angela Zdero has a great eye for design led pieces that really speak of there era. This bold chunky knit 1980s jumper will among her rails.
One of our much loved traders and stylist Rebecca Sweeting is back with antique and vintage apparel dating from as early as 1900s with a penchant for fine embroidery, organza and bodices. A favourite among design teams, film and theatre wardrobe.
If all of that isn’t enough to whet your appetite for our 1st fair of the new season don’t trip out but Nick Reed Film Posters is also back after a long summer break with 1960s vintage poster art from the US Esoteric Poster Company.
Cheri Moore Vintage and Trudie French are also joining our traders this month with womenswear and accessories from 1940s to the 1970s.
Don’t forget it’s #secondhandseptember so no ‘new’ clothes this month but antique, vintage and pre-loved only and there will lot’s to choose from this Sunday with prices starting from £5 to over £100! Slinky Drawers will be on hand to revamp your existing wardrobes with her on-the-spot alterations as well as making sure your vintage garments fit like a glove.
Head over to Event Page for further information, pre-book your tickets HERE and join our Facebook Event to get 1st dibs otherwise see you all on Sunday 8th September at Freemasons Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5AZ