Friday, April 27, 2012


Fashion is a funny animal – like a chameleon, it is fleeting, moving, changing constantly.  However, suddenly it reaches full circle and what fashionistas wore in the 50s and 60s, are now considered to be extremely trendy.  Of course, many older fashion enthusiasts have known this over preceding decades, but now that vintage styles are tripping along the catwalk, frugal shoppers are happily embracing this latest fashion trend.

Now - for the fourth year running, Brentwood welcomes the VINTAGE FAIR this Sunday, 29 April.  Once again VINTAGE VOGUE comes to the BRENTWOOD SCHOOL SPORTS HALL and it's going to be the best ever!

Michele and Stephen Marck are the best in handling vintage merchandise which comes from the periods 1920s to 1970s.  Everything is pre-vetted and there will be some vintage inspired merchandise for those customers who like to mix old with new.  And it is not only clothes that will be on offer.  There will be additional Lifestyle items, home-wares and some furniture, too, perhaps adding peppy style to your home.

A selection of traders has been invited along, who will bring their unique quality vintage attire, designs, and wares to Essex, so there will be an opportunity of seeing some modern ideas to keep everything fresh and interesting for everyone.

If you have visited Michele and Stephen’s Vintage Fairs before, you know what to expect and if you are new to the Vintage Vogue experience anyway, you will be pleasantly surprised on Sunday April 29th if you can make it.

This message from the dazzling duo gives a little more information:

We pride ourselves in being the first ever Vintage Fair in Essex, appealing to all generations. Our passion for vintage fashion is now yours.
  • "Hair Raid Shelter" will be back to bring some glamour to your look and to help you find a hair style and make up those suits you ladies.
  • We have the best Vintage Tearoom in the South East of England with our own 1930s style Nippies to delight and tempt you with all the wonderful pastries and cakes baked especially for Vintage Vogue by Petite Patisserie.
  • There will be special musical entertainment by "Two for Tea", two Essex-based Jazz Divas who will get you all in the mood for nostalgia and shopping.
  • Resident DJ "Fascinating Rhythm" playing the best in 20th century jazz, R&B, lounge and rare vintage music to enhance your shopping experience.
Doors open at 10.00am until 4.00pm Free parking

Admission: £4.50 / Concessions £3.50  (Children over 5, Senior Citizens and Students with ID).

Venue: The Brentwood School Sports Hall, Middleton Hall Lane, Brentwood, Essex  CM15 8EE.

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