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The Vintage Guide To London | November 22, 2017

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Vintage beauty parlours: the Powder Room

October 3, 2011 |

After years of bringing victory rolls and black eyeliner to the London party scene and appearing in publications like Vogue and Harpers Bazaar, London-based vintage stylists The Powderpuff Girls now run several lovely venues to inspire the glamourette in all of us. The Powder Room hair and beauty parlours are fab venues to relax and get made-up in Fifties-inspired surroundings.
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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

Get jiving with Rock n Rolio

September 20, 2011 |

The rootin’ and tootin’ Rock ‘n’ Rolio DJs will be playing the tunes that land you hook, line and sinker on the dancefloor.
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Get swinging at Gangbusters

September 4, 2011 |

Swing your thing? Gangbusters will take over The Lexington every first Sunday of the month to get you swinging with a dance class from top international teachers.

Hosted by Tim’s Jumpin’ Jive and supported by swing DJs, the night features music … Read More

For rockabilly dolls: Collectif Clothing

July 10, 2011 |

London-based reproduction label Collectif Clothing has been making Forties and Fifties-inspired clothes for over 11 years, specialising in a diverse range of vintage-inspired dresses for pin-ups, rockabilly queens, psychobilly bitches and rock n’ roll lovers throughout London. Singer Imelda May is a huge fan – she’s worn her fitted Collectif dresses everywhere.
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