How ‘Used Clothing’ Became ‘Classic Vogue’

vintage fashionThe London Vintage Fashion Fairs organised by P & A Antiques Ltd are an inspiration to fashionistas and an unbeatable supply of 1-off bargains. But given the tumultuous trend panorama of latest seasons, with the lack of great talents like Yves Saint Laurent and Alexander McQueen and the musical chairs of designers moving from home to deal with, some imagine that age is now not the only criteria for what defines classic vogue.

For the previous twelve years have been based on the magnificent giant Hall at Hammersmith City Corridor, putting collectively around nine Vintage Fashion Honest a year in addition to other gala’s dedicated to Vintage Textiles, Tribal Artwork and Ornamental Antiques Honest.

During this two-day show, a complete of over 200 exhibitors (eighty within the 2010, 88 in 2011, 100 in 2012, 120 in 2013, a hundred twenty five in 2014, 200 in 2015, 220 in 2016, 225 in 2017) will set up distinctive and really special cubicles displaying their own inspiration: 50 trend model exhibitions, 20 artist booths and one hundred fifty classic fashion & antique supplier booths.

Our Story In 1987, a small group of dealers in San Francisco recognized the growing interest in vintage fashion amongst designers searching for inspiration and joined collectively to create what would turn into the final word classic market on the West Coast.

There’s often extra handwork, extra consideration to element and an inclination for durability that you do not see much any extra in up to date trend.” Not to mention that—with a vintage designer item—you probably will not spot every other gal on the street carrying that very same bag or carrying that same jacket.