Just a quick heads-up that we will be trading at the rather fabulous, Mid -Century Market next Sunday (14th). This will be the third we’ve been to, and if you like Vintage Market’s, especially with Christmas coming up, this is the place to be. The House of Wax will be there with all our brands of wax and water based pomades plus more!
Come along and say Hi!
This from the MCM Facebook page….
Make sure you have your Christmas list at the ready when you step through the doors of the Mid Century Market because the glitz and glamour of the 1950s is brought back to life with the array of garments, sparkling jewellery and atomic home ware for one day only.
Runner up in the best vintage fair category for the London Vintage Awards after just three events, The Mid Century Market makes its debut at the effortlessly elegant Cecil Sharp House which is situated in the heart of Camden. Whether you have a passion for kitsch novelty print skirts, enjoy hunting out your favourite rockabilly record or want some retro prints to brighten up your house, the Mid Century Market prides itself on having the UK’s highest quality vintage sellers and the most renowned reproduction brands, all of whom have a personal passion for the Mid Century lifestyle of the late 1940s to the early 1960s.
Whilst listening to the rhythm & blues sounds of the 1950s, why not visit our onsite vintage hair salon and barber, where you can get your hair cut and styled by one of the UK’s most popular stylist’s; The Vanity Box who has over 10 years experience in the vintage hair. So whether you’re a guy or a girl, you can look every inch like your favourite 50s icon by the time you walk out the door.
The Mid Century Market is becoming London’s hottest vintage market with fashionista’s and rockabilly lover’s alike coming from all over the country to hunt for bargains, so whether you are treating yourself or someone else this Christmas, make sure you put the date in your diary and don’t miss the last market of 2014 for a small entry price of £3.
Find the Mid-Century Market at Cecil Sharpe House. Regents Park Rd NW1 7AY.