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The Vintage Guide To London | December 18, 2017

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A glorious past: Café de Paris

October 26, 2011 |

Café De Paris in London’s Piccadilly is one of the most famous and durable venues in the world.
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The vintage menswear specialists: The Vintage Showroom

October 22, 2011 |

Situated in Covent Garden’s Seven Dial area , The Vintage Showroom is one of London’s leading outlets for vintage menswear, specialising in English tailoring, workwear, military and sports and leisure wear.
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New in Newburgh Quarter: Peekaboo Vintage

October 16, 2011 |

London shoppers  will be familiar with the Peekaboo Vintage brand – they’ve been running a vintage concession at Topshop’s Oxford Street flagship store for over a decade. Following on from the success of their Topshop venture,  Peekaboo have now opened … Read More

Maison Bertaux – London’s oldest French patisserie

September 24, 2011 |

Established in 1872, Maison Bertaux remains a Soho landmark and the go-to place for anyone with a sweet tooth.
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Don’t ever miss this one: Wills-Moody Jumblesale

September 23, 2011 |

The Wills-Moody Jumblesale – also known as the rock’n’roll jumble – is the one jumble sale you can’t miss. Ever. Every first Sunday of the month St Aloysius Social Club is turned into a bazaar of second-hand and vintage treasures. It’s … Read More

Cecil Court: the place to go for rare and antiquarian books

September 12, 2011 |

Located in the very heart of London, a moment’s walk from Leicester Square Tube Station, Cecil Court is a picturesque late Victorian thoroughfare linking Charing Cross Road and St Martin’s Lane, pedestrianised and seemingly immune from the bustle of the great city which surrounds it.
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