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Hunt out some 'new' Vintage gems

If you’re new to buying vintage clothing and accessories, The Good Clothes Show is  the perfect place to start hunting for something that will have you saying “it’s vintage darling” everytime you get a complement on your ‘fit. 

There is nothing like the feeling of wearing unique and hard to find items. Vintage can elevate your look, personalise any trend and add those timeless go-to favourites to your wardrobe.

The Good Clothes Show is bringing together some of the very best vintage sellers from London landmark locations, markets, and fairs as well as many expert sellers based across the country.  You’ll find the perfect boho dresses, original Ossie Clarke, Pucci and one of a kind handmade pieces from the 1950s and 60s. 

You can also find older ‘antique’ items from sellers including Peekaboo Vintage, a much loved Top Shop concession for more than 20 years. Vogue favourite Audra Daws-Knowles (Audra’s Brooches) will be on hand to advise and guide you through purchasing and wearing antique and vintage brooches. You won’t want to miss Hopetown and Hunter’s whimsical take on vintage jewellry, up-cycling everything from clockwork frogs, military badges and patches to crystal decanter stoppers into showstopping statement pieces.

The terms ‘vintage’ and ‘retro’ are often used interchangeably, but do they mean the same thing? The short answer is ‘no’, let’s break it down for clarity. A retro look is a new piece inspired by vintage style and while we’re aware that some shy away from buying second-hand for fear that pre-loved fashion doesn’t have the same appeal as fast-fashion, The Good Clothes Show is here to show everyone why second-hand together with new sustainable clothing is better for your wardrobe, your wallet and the planet. 

Retro looks constantly influence new collections and vintage pieces are becoming more and more coveted, blurring the line between ‘old’ and ‘new. The Good Clothes show’s vision is a community of ‘Good Fashion Activists’ that will erase the line completely through the circular economy.