Sunday 7th April 11am-5pm £5 entry (£2 with NUS card)

Freemasons Hall, 60 Terrific Queen St, Covent Garden, London, WC2B 5AZ

Our Spring fair is upon us just in time for your new season wardrobe! So get prepared to peruse more than 50 traders in the gorgeous Freemasons’ Hall this Sunday supplying style, accessories and textiles from 1900s-1990s.

Inside our gorgeous NEW property in the heart of Covent Garden we have returning traders, lots of of which have been with us considering the fact that the extremely starting and new traders prepared with the newest additions to your wardrobes.

Meet our NEW traders and see our prime choose of beautiful spring dresses heading to our fair on Sunday. From Edwardian lawn dresses to 20’s flapper dresses, Biba, Bus Quit, Ossie Clark, Mary Farrin and more…

Nataliya Cumming’s joins us for the extremely 1st time with antique and vintage handwoven textiles, womenswear &amp menswear from Ukraine. These stunning embroidered linen dresses will be amongst her collection curated in particular for our fair as properly as antique sheepskin coats, blouses, shirts, knitwear and textiles for your property. Nataliya also organizes superb bespoke tours with a textile twist to Ukraine exactly where you can expertise the life, culture and traditions by way of meals, nature, music, folklore, art and craft providing you a truly genuine taste of their wealthy cultural heritage. Shop with Nataliya on Sunday and book a tour www.experienceukraine.co.uk

Embroidered Linen Dresses

Subsequent up on our roster of traders is Alison Mills who returns to our fair this Sunday with a properly coveted collection of vintage womenswear &amp accessories from 1920’s -1970’s along with designer labels from Christain Dior to Courreges, Thierry Mugler, Jean Muir and other British design and style for 60s &amp 70’s style. We welcome Alison back this weekend just after a brief sebatical and appear forward to browsing this stand complete to the rafters of iconic and collectible pieces.

Courreges Coat

Vintage trader and collector S K Vintage stalled out on Camden Passage for years prior to opening her shop in Kentish Town. Sarah returns to her adore of markets and fairs this month joining our family members of traders for our spring fair with a properly curated choice of womenswear and accessories covering all eras focusing on excellent prints at economical rates.

”The worlds most fashionable vintage eyewear from the late 1950s by way of to the early 90’s” Yep! Lastly Ed and Sarna Vintage Eyewear leave their virtual shop to stall out at London’s top vintage fair with iconic frames for the fashionistas. Peruse more than 200 designs this Sunday. There truly will be anything for absolutely everyone like these

1980’s Anglo American La Scalas

Dreamy florals… 1930’s Harrods floral silk and chiffon two piece. Fantastic for wafting about in at this summers garden parties or Port Elliot festival. 1 of our standard traders and stylist to the stars, Frank Akinsete returns this Sunday will rails of fairly from all 4 corners of the globe.

Medley Bazaar will have all the colours of spring on their rails beginning with this line up of designer labels: Cacharel, Bernard Freres and YSL. A favourite with stylists, collectors and fashionistas with a passion for fabulous prints. They’ll be some fab Diane Freis coming too…

The significantly loved Viva Vintage Jewl has been trading at our fair considering the fact that we launched almost 10 years ago. Founder, Nicky Press will be bringing these 80’s shoulder dusters by designer Malcolm Morris to our Spring fair this Sunday along with lot’s of fairly stirling silver rings and Deco delights.

Meticulously curated genuine vintage style, restored to it is former glory so you can have a wardrobe as person as you are… Honeykins Vintage are back with some entertaining, colourful, printastic vintage silhouettes like this cherry blossom embroidered bomber jacket with stripe cuffs…perfect to pop more than this seasons vintage boiler suit!

A myriad of colours and prints on these stunning silk scarves. Gisela Barrington returns to our fair on Sunday just after a brief sebatical with lots of fresh stock for your Spring wardrobe. Anticipate to come across womenswear, accessories, textiles and trimmings…

This stunning French organza dress will be amongst lots of far more on London Vintage stand. Founder Sarah Horrillo returns to our fair fresh from her current shopping for trip in France with rails of fabulous prints, maxi dresses and Dioresque ball gowns.

An additional lengthy standing trader and favourite amongst design and style teams, collectors and dealers is Maycottage Prints supplying womenswear from 20’s &amp 30’s lame jackets and shawls to flapper dresses, blouses, accessories and kimonos like this stunning sky blue one particular. Make positive you come across time to browse this stand on Sunday!

Stylist, antique and vintage dealer Rebecca Sweeting delivers style, accessories, textiles and trimmings from as early as the 1830s to 1930s. This exquisite 20’s organza raspberry ruffles dress will be amongst her collection curated in particular for this Sunday’s fair

Chichirara’s Vintage Shop will be rocking up all the way from East Dulwich with lot’s of vintage and pre-loved designer pieces. Anticipate to come across quirky one particular-off  gems as properly as on-trend pieces. Founder Heather Johns has a genuine eye for design and style and detail.

Lest not overlook the boys… There will a lot of menswear from Basically Vintage, Paulo Portobello, The Industry Cartel, Frank Akinsete, June Nevin and Molly Hopkins from WW1 memorabilia to tour jackets, 1930’s duffle coats, Mod gear, Americana and French workwear.

1950’s Netted Polo Shirt

1960’s/70’s Leather Patchwork Jacket

1900’s Shirt

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