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The Vintage Guide To London | September 21, 2017

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Book review: Vintage Glamour In London’s East End

December 2, 2014 |

New book Vintage Glamour In London’s East End brings back to life the photo studio of Jewish East End photographer Boris Bennett, featuring stunning wedding images and portraits taken from 1927 to the mid Fifties.
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Design & advertising history at The Museum of Brands

July 3, 2014 |

From 1890s Rimmel cosmetics to 1970s chopper bikes, The Museum of Brands in Notting Hill brings together over 150 years of commercial design and advertising history.
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The vintage hair specialist: Nina’s Hair Parlour

May 6, 2014 |

London’s original vintage hair stylist, Nina, whose parlour used to be based at Alfies Antiques Market, is one of the go-to vintage beauty specialists, whether you want Marcel waves, a Forties cut, a pin-up up-do or a beehive.

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Learn Lindy Hop in Harringay

April 30, 2014 |

If you’re based in Harringay and want to get into swing, you can now learn Lindy hop, a Twenties to Forties partner dance locally with Swing Patrol.
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Win a pair of tickets to Jeeves & Wooster in ‘Perfect Nonsense’ at the Duke of York’s Theatre!

February 12, 2014 |

This give-away has now ended.

Join Robert Webb as the effervescent, aristocratic fool Bertie Wooster and Mark Heap as his dutiful valet, Jeeves in the world premiere of the new stage play Jeeves & Wooster in ‘Perfect Nonsense’ featuring P.G. Wodehouse’s iconic double act.
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London Walking Tour: The Men Who Made Menswear

February 11, 2014 |

Ever wanted to know why George ‘Beau’ Brummell became so famous? Or where Mr Fish popularised the kipper tie? Or the sartorial connection between Jan 30th 1969 and Feb 14 1969? Or why St James’s became associated with gentlemen’s outfitters in the first place? Or how the election of a Labour Government in 1945 lead to Teddy Boys? Or how the Marshall Street baths played a significant role in how today’s high street looks?

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