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The Vintage Guide To London | December 18, 2017

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New Carnaby Street vintage pop-up: One Month Only

April 1, 2012 |

Update: the shop has now found a more permanent home in Brixton Market For a limited period Carnaby Street, the original home of independent British fashion, is now home to a new pop-up vintage shop ‘one month only’, a … Read More

New vintage shop in Crouch End: Painted Black

February 29, 2012 |

Crouch End still has surprisingly few vintage shops so it’s welcome news that new vintage store Painted Black has opened its doors just off easy-to-access Park Road. Specialising in vintage womens and menswear, home deco items and cameras, Painted Black … Read More

For quality classics: Levisons

January 4, 2012 |

There are plenty of reasons to face the weekend crowds on Brick Lane, and Levisons on Cheshire Street is definitely one of them. The small shop is packed full of excellent, handpicked menswear from the Twenties to the Seventies.
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A Camden Lock classic: Berty & Gerty

October 31, 2011 |

Berty & Gerty started life amid the rough and tumble of London’s Brick Lane Market as a Sunday morning vintage stall in 2002. After attracting a cult following amongst the East End crowd of young artists and fashion students, … Read More

An old vintage favourite: Pop Boutique

October 27, 2011 |

Pop Boutique first opened its London outlet in 1996 and has been a staple for many vintage lovers ever since. The little Seven Dials-based shop finds a happy medium between the more upmarket vintage boutiques and the crammed warehouse-sized stores … Read More

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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