You know the expression, ‘an oldie but a goodie’?
Well, it was made for events just like this.
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That means one-of-a-kind, ultra rare, vintage dress and decor will be available for you to pick up, put on, and take home. (But only if you can stay one step ahead of the hipsters.)
Some of the collection up for sale even includes costumes from around the world that date back to the late 1800s and early 1900s. This isn’t some Steampunk sh*t you order on the internet, these are legitimate pieces of history.
Don’t worry though, for those of you more into collecting the recent past, the 1960s through 80s will also be well represented both in clothing and decor options.
According to show manager Catherine Knoll, “participating vendors have sifted through mountains of antiques in order to source their stock.”
Looking for a vintage Chanel handbag? Of course you are. Well, this is your best chance this side of eBay.
In the market for sixties era kitchen-ware, Atlantic folk art, Madmen era advertising posters or classic designer jewellery? Yup, you guessed it – this is where you’ll want to be.
Where: Exhibition Place in the Heritage Court (west end of the Enercare Centre)
When: October 1, 10 am to 5pm and October 2, 10 am to 4pm