Old Spitalfields Vintage Fashion Show

So, this weekend was the Old Spitalfields Vintage Fashion Show with Pop Up Vintage Fairs. Myself and a team of other bloggers were invited along to help curate the fashion show, you will have seen my many posts across social media already promoting the show. Here’s my snaps, there’s not much to say other than it was a great success.

Here’s the view of the market getting ready on Saturday morning, taken from the balcony of the management offices.

This is my lovely model, Monica, who I was paired with to create some 60s inspired looks. I just love the Twiggy style hair and make up.

I picked pieces from Maggie Ann Vintage, both outfits were quite similar in the end because it’s a look I really like. The first look is this beautiful 1960’s pastel yellow dress with white lace overlay and a cream coloured fur stole.

I should have bought this second dress for myself! A gold and blue brocade dress that I put with a cropped velvet jacket for an evening take on the same style.

This look was a 1940s inspired look curated by ReeRee Rockette, who I was delighted to finally meet. This dress is so amazing and I’m totally in love with this models red hair.

This Charlie’s Angels, 1970s look was pulled together by the super lovely Betty Leopard.

Here’s the models for the finale, don’t they look great?

Really enjoyed being part of this day and it made my think more about how I could mix up the content of my blog a bit. It’s good to get out and about!

Let me know what you think via comment or tweet me @JayneJRead

Co-Creator @wearefoodscouts & @KitschInc. Digital Marketing & Creative Direction. Illustration, writing, creativity & style. Fan of films, TV, cartoons, colourful hair & clean beauty. Blogger since 2009.

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3 thoughts on “Old Spitalfields Vintage Fashion Show

  1. Was lovely meeting you too Jayne, sorry you had to witness my hangover! Just in case people think I’m a numpty who doesnt know what 1940s fashion is, I was given a model with 1940s hair, but decided to choose whatever clothes I loved the most. The dress I picked was a 1950s one (pictured) and a 1970s one. Always the rebel 😉

  2. Wahhh. Event looks so good. Wish I had managed to make it, silly masters work getting in my way of having fun : (

  3. I love the daytime look you styled, and your model’s fabulous hair. I’m heavy fringe obsessed at the moment and planning to go for the chop myself!

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