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The Vintage Guide To London | November 18, 2017

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Win a bespoke photoshoot with the Pin Up Studio

Win a bespoke photoshoot with the Pin Up Studio

The Pin Up Studio, a vintage-inspired photographic makeover studio based in Central London, is now offering three lucky Vintage Guide readers the chance of winning a bespoke photoshoot and makeover, worth over £400 each!

As experts in vintage fashion, photography, styling and hair and make up, the Pin Up Studio will make you look and feel just like your favourite retro sweetheart, be it a naughty flapper, a film noir femme fatale, burlesque beauty or a Bardot bombshell.

As part of your prize, you will be invited to ‘London’s most bohemian and interesting photography studio’ – Drew Studios in Bethnal Green, to be pampered and preened by  fantastic hair and make up artist, Bethany Swan, before being styled, posed and photographed by their expert photographer.

To be in with a chance of winning, you must first ‘like’ the Pin Up Studio Facebook Page  and then tweet your dream vintage valentine’s date (who/where/what would you wear) to @ThePinUpStudio making sure you include #vintagevalentine.  Alternatively leave a comment under this post. The three successful winners will be drawn at random and contacted on 21st Feb.

T&Cs:
The date of the shoot is 1st March 2013. This cannot be changed. All entries must ensure they are available on this date.
– Offer includes digital contact sheet plus one fully retouched image of your choosing.  Any extra images are £10 each.
– Travel to and from the studio is not included.
– There is no cash alternative.

twiggyGood luck!

“Jessy’s pinup poses truly make you feel like the real deal and the images at the end speak for themselves” Mel at Wahanda

“I cannot recommend the Pin Up Studio enough” Peggy de Lune, Best British Newcomer, World Burlesque Games 2012

 

 

 

 

Comments

  1. This would be so amazing to win! Fingers crossed! xx

  2. Cerian Gilhooley

    I would like a date with Dick Van Dyk as he would prob make me laugh loads! I think we would have to go for a walk in Hyde Park and I would wear a 1950s dancing dress and heels!

  3. Lindsay

    Oh I know it’s cheesy, but my vintage date has to be a night at Harry’s New York Bar in Paris with Hemingway… I’d wear a drop-waist flapper dress with an adorable pair of t-bars!

  4. Hmmm…can I just be transported into Pillow Talk? Rock Hudson, fabulous outfits, candlelit dinners, romantic music and dancing. Marvellous

  5. Nicola fletcher

    I would date the cast I mad men , wearing vintage Chanel lips …..feathers and a sexy gaze … Where …. A disused theatre

  6. Fiona Benson

    who= my gorgeous hubby of 20 years of course-
    where= along Marine parade in Napier in New Zealand during the Art Deco weekend- we visited there a few years back and love the ArtDeco architecture but the wrong time of year for the weekend event.
    what would I wear= it would have to be all out flapper from the 20’s or a very glamorous evening dress from the early 1930’s .

  7. Mabel

    I would date Jay Gatsby during one of his huge parties and I would wear a white flapper dress with heavy beading and a jewelry headband.

  8. Jodi

    I would date my wifey
    Where theatre show followed by a burlesque show and meal
    What I would wear would be a classic Audrey Hepburn style little black dress and set of pearls classic but classy

  9. Davida

    My perfect valentine would be going to a burlesque cabaret with the boyfriend and wearing a corset and curls.