Brace yourself vintage fashionistas...
This weekend, Re/Dress NYC will be selling hundreds of vintage dresses (sizes 6-26) from the 50s to the 80s.
And for only $20 freakin dollars!
It all starts with a vintage-themed fashion show on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. The sale begins immediately after and goes till 7 p.m Sunday.
Sophie Spinelle of Shameless Photography will also be there taking pinup and glamour portraits of any gal who wants to show off how ... Read More
BY Laurie in Style File on May 06, 2010 |
Ladies of a certain age seem to be having their moment in the media right now. Last night, I watched a few episodes of Sunset Daze, the new reality show on WE about feisty folks living in a retirement home in Arizona, whose ages range from their 60s to their 70s. The nouveau riche Real Housewives, who are in their 40s and 50s, are acting up every week on Bravo, and soon we'll have another Sex and the City movie featuring glam gals in their 40s and 50s. On the Web, ... Read More
I have a bit of a thing for the delectable Mr Wingate's screen-printed designs, so I'm super-psyched about this EXCLUSIVE print he has created for the Craftacular at the Camden Crawl. From his studio-cum-shop on Columbia Road, in London’s East End, Mr Wingate (aka Sam) creates designs inspired by London's landscape (think tower blocks and pubs) and prints them on T-shirts, cushions and, my favourites, aprons. I also love his ... Read More
BY Intern Laura in Style File on Apr 28, 2010 |
The first annual Shop & Bop Vintage Selection will take place on Saturday, May 8th at the loft space and outdoor roof deck at 90 Ludlow St, a space provided by Spencer Sweeney of Santos Party House. The all day event will feature items from some of New York's finest vintage retailers including Sweet Virginia Vintage, In Your Closet NYC, Sammy Davis Vintage, and more. Haircuts by Nadja will be available and there will be DJs and drink specials all day ... Read More
BY Katie Oldaker in Style File on Apr 21, 2010 |
I don’t really know much about fashion. Nor do I read Vogue, but when my school (Pratt Institute) announced that Anna Wintour would be the speaker for this year’s Presidential Lecture, I knew I had to go, if only to say I’d gotten to see her speak. Last year, I got to see the absolutely wonderful Martha Stewart give a lecture as part of the same series (which, when I relayed the details of said lecture to my father, he decided that I, much to his ... Read More