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The Vintage Guide To London | December 18, 2017

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London’s best vintage shops, fairs and markets

His and hers vintage hair: It’s Something Hell’s

December 26, 2010 |

French hair dressing duo Miss Betty and Mister Ducktail are the creative force behind Carnaby Street favourite It’s Something Hell’s. If you are looking for a vintage-inspired or rockabilly hair style then let these two work their magic.
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The William Vintage store

December 22, 2010 |

The William Vintage store in London’s Marylebone, owned by William Banks-Blaney – dubbed ‘The Vintage King’ by Vogue – is filled with beautifully presented vintage clothing and haute couture that William has discovered around the world.
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Like an American thrift store: Wow Retro

December 10, 2010 |

Spread over three shops in central London, two of which are just around the corner from Covent Garden, Wow Retro stock womens and menswear from the Twenties to the Eighties.
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Worth crossing the river for: Radio Days

December 1, 2010 |

This little den of vintage is in one of the cutest streets in South London. Lower Marsh, just off The Cut and close to The Old Vic.
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Secret tip: Juno Says Hello

November 26, 2010 |

Juno Says Hello has some of the finest selection of vintage cocktail dresses and occasionwear in London.
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The London shopping guide to a retro 50s game room

November 22, 2010 |

It seems to be every guy’s – and many a  girl’s – dream to have a proper den, a room to hang out in, play games and party in style. Well, and what could be more stylish than a proper Fifties or early Sixties American-inspired leisure room complete with bar and juke box, a room Don Draper would be proud of? Here’s our guide to recreating a perfect mid-century den, including expert tips on where in London to shop for everything you need. Read More