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The Vintage Guide To London | November 21, 2017

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The 20s prohibition tea room: Bourne & Hollingsworth

September 17, 2010 |

Just a short walk off the highstreet mecca of Oxford Circus is Bourne & Hollingsworth, a living room sized tea room and bar that’s like a Tardis trip back into the times of back room drinking during Prohibition times.
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Not just one of Paloma Faith’s favourites: Blackout II

September 4, 2010 |

Blackout II is not only one of London’s best vintage shops but an absolute must whenever you find yourself in Covent Garden.
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Join the hep cats and pin-ups at The Black Gardenia

August 11, 2010 |

Update: This bar has now closed down

This tiny basment bar and club in Soho celebrates all things Forties. Inside, the bar area and stage are lovingly decorated in vintage. Expect plenty of jazz tunes, life performances, ladies with pin-up red lipstick … Read More

Perfect for 80s and second-hand: Rokit

August 6, 2010 |

Rokit, which has four shops spread across London, is the perfect place if you’re looking for clothes, or accessories from the Eighties.
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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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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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