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The Vintage Guide To London | July 24, 2017

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For vintage fabrics head to The Shop

February 18, 2013 |

Update: The Shop has now closed down.

Just off Brick Lane is The Shop, a little vintage store you might just pass by if you’re not paying attention. And you most certainly don’t want to miss this one! Inside, the walls are covered with shelves all tightly packed with incredible vintage fabrics and textiles from the Thirties to the Seventies, while dozens of baskets are spilling out vintage scarves, aprons, tables cloths and kitchen towels.
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A secret treasure trove: Persiflage

November 4, 2012 |

Hidden on the second floor of Marylebone’s Alfies Antique Market you’ll find Persiflage, undoubtedly one of London’s best vintage shops.
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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

See Mrs Moore for vintage tea sets

January 26, 2012 |

If you’re looking for a special tea cup or brilliant present for a vintage china collector, then head to Mrs Moore’s Vintage Store. Mrs Moore sells  English bone china vintage tea sets in pretty hatboxes and small retro cases – … Read More

Cafe-cum-shop Crimson Heart

January 23, 2012 |

Fusion shops, a mixture of  vintage store and tea room – just think of King’s Cross’ Drink Shop & Do or Hanbury Street’s Blitz Department Store – have been popping up all around London in the last few years. The latest edition, Crimson Heart, has just opened in East London’s Leonard Street, and features a vintage cafe as well as a shop specialising in midcentury home deco.
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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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