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Friday, February 2nd, 2018 1pm to 8pm

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 11am-6pm

At The Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W 18th street (between 6th & 7th Avenues)

$15/at the door

Buy tickets via the website: http://manhattanvintage.com/upcoming-shows/

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manhattan vintage clothing show

Friday, April 7th, 1pm – 8pm
Saturday, April 8th,  11am – 6pm

Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show is New York City’s premier vintage clothing shopping event. An extraordinary vintage selection, from 70+ top vintage clothing dealers, highlight this two day shopping extravaganza that draws designers, stylists, celebrities and the fashion-smart world wide!

“The Manhattan Vintage Show is a one-stop-shop for anyone looking to score unique vintage finds. For those in the know, Manhattan Vintage acts as more than just a vintage shopping experience, it’s a shoppable history lesson, with merchants that also act as historians, able to educate you on each incredible piece.”

Come shop the collection that 100 years of fashion design built, have a few specialty cocktails & have a great time!

#findyourownstyle @thevintageshow

located at
125 West 18th Street (Between 6th & 7th)
New York, NY 10011

Subway at 18th Street & 7th Ave – 1 Train

Buy tickets now & save $5 off admission!

Or print out this VIP invitation and bring with you to save $5 off the regular admission price of $20 at the door.

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This Sunday,  the Vintage Thrift Shop, 286 3rd
[22nd/23rd] 212.871.0777, unveils a curated assortment of vintage clothing
and accessories for women and men. At their other shop in the West
Village, it’s a collection of boho styles… David Weeks Studio is
having a spring sample sale at their store, 38 Walker [Church/Bway] next
Friday, March 31, 11-7. Lighting, custom pieces, furniture and
accessories.

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25 top Vintage clothing & accessories vendors under one roof! Vintage Shopping Holiday Marketplace

Dec 02 – 03, 2016

Holiday Vintage Pop-Up Show

Friday, Dec 2nd – 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Saturday, Dec 3rd – 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM

MILK Garage
451 West 14th Street
New York New York

$10 online
($15 at door)

Tickets will not be shipped. Your name and order details will be saved to our guest list. Please give your name at the door to enter.…

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Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show

Friday, April 8th:  1pm – 8pm
Saturday, April 9th:  11am – 6pm

Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show is New York City’s premier vintage clothing shopping event. An extraordinary selection, from 75 top vintage clothing dealers, highlight this two-day shopping extravaganza that draws designers, stylists, celebrities, and the fashion-smart world-wide. Come shop the collection that 100 years of design built. Discover high styles from the last century that inspire today’s fashion trends.

“The Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show is such a great place for people to shop! It gives them a chance to play with a vast selection of clothing styles and allows them to create their unique vision of personal style”

Find your own style, April 8th & 9th!

at the Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street (Between 6th & 7th Aves)
New York, NY 10011

Save $5 off Admission

BUY TICKETS now!

Photo GallERY FROM PAST SHOWs

@thevintageshow

If you are interested in becoming a vendor please contact us here

Cover photo by Laura Okita

 

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Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show & Sale

Friday, April 10th:  1pm – 8pm
Saturday, April 11th:  11am – 6pm

Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show is New York’s premier vintage clothing shopping event. An extraordinary selection, from 80 top vintage clothing dealers, highlight this two-day shopping extravaganza that draws designers, stylists, celebrities, and the fashion-smart world-wide.

Come shop the collection that 100 years of design built. Discover high styles from the last century that inspire today’s fashion trends. Be stylish, find your own style, shop vintage.

at the Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street (Between 6th & 7th Aves)
New York, NY 10011

Save $5 off Admission

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with special exhibit:

Alfred Shaheen & High Fashions from Honolulu

In 1951, Alfred Shaheen opened his first store, Sand n’ Surf Hand Prints where he made dresses and shirts from fabric he printed, dyed and finished himself. The artistic tropical prints, inspired from Asian and Polynesian culture, along with the quality construction and high grade materials used, immediately elevated his ready-to-wear clothing to high fashion.

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sat-sun: the nyc big flea debuts with 600 vendors selling vintage clothing, jewelry, furniture, art, collectibles, and more. pier 94 (12th ave @ 54th st.), $10 admission includes both days.…

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Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show & Sale

Friday, January 17th:  1pm – 8pm
Saturday, January 18th:  11am – 6pm

Find your own style at New York’s premier vintage clothing shopping event. An extraordinary selection, from 90 top vintage clothing dealers, highlight this two-day shopping extravaganza that draws designers, stylists, celebrities, and the fashion-smart world-wide.

The Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street (Between 6th & 7th Aves)
New York, NY 10011

Save $5 off Admission

Buy Tickets Online

With SPECIAL EXHIBITION

Almost Dior: America’s Stamp On The New Look

In February 1947, Christian Dior’s first major collection hit the runway in what has become one of the most important events in fashion history. The New Look, as it was referred to, was made up of long, full skirts with a nipped waist, rounded shoulders and exaggerated bust lines. The appeal in the swish of long skirts and the allure of curvaceous shapes did not come without a high price though.

‘Almost Dior: America’s Stamp On The New Look’, shows American designers and manufactures from the early 1950’s such as, Ceil Chapman, Suzy Perette and Dan Millstein, who began producing affordable versions of the Parisian designs. These quality interpretations could be found in regular department stores or boutiques, thus on a slim budget of fifty or sixty dollars someone in America could emulate the look of a glamourous Parisienne.

 

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