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The Vintage Guide To London | February 22, 2018

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My Vintage London – Katie Antoniou PR and writer

August 2, 2010 |

Katie Antoniou, a freelance PR and writer specialising in fashion, arts and culture, and all-round style maverick, shares her favourite vintage shops, events and the one London vintage place you simply have to go to.

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Alfies Antique Market

July 28, 2010 |

With over 70 sellers offering anything from vintage clothes, jewellery, posters, home deco items, furniture and much more, Alfies Antique Market is one of London’s most exciting vintage shopping venues. Whatever your decade, you are guaranteed to find something here – Alfies has long been the secret of many a personal stylist and interior designer.

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Go Fifties Hawaiian at the South London Pacific bar

July 27, 2010 |

As unlikely as it sounds but South London’s Kennington Road – one of London’s dullest areas – is home to a Fifties Tiki paradise.
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The classic American diner: Ed’s

July 23, 2010 |

If you fancy eating a burger or drinking a milkshake in a place that looks and feels like a classic retro American diner, head to Ed’s. The chain was founded in 1987 as the first of its kind in the UK.
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Vintage Patisserie: tea time with a vintage twist

July 23, 2010 |

If you are fantasising about having your very own vintage tea party, complete with Twenties looking waitresses and delicious treats, then get in touch with the Vintage Patisserie who will turn your party dreams into reality.
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Like a giant bargain bucket: The East End Thrift Store

July 22, 2010 |

This giant warehouse space will unleash the hunter in you: practically everything in here is under £15, so real bargain territory.
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