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Pickwick Vintage

Jul 23, 2017

If you’re an enthusiast of vintage clothing, jewelry, and other accessories, we suggest you drive beyond Pasadena and out past San Gabriel Valley limits to attend the Pickwick Vintage Show at Pickwick Gardens in Burbank on July 30.

Over 65 booths offer a smorgasbord of goodies including textiles, design, and “inspiration.”

Shop an assortment of items from Victorian era trims and findings to Chanel jewelry. From classic shapes to avant garde designer pieces, wearable to collectible, the Pickwick Vintage Show has something for all tastes and all budgets.

Select Vendor List: Spanish Moss, Carny Couture, NEW/FOUND, 1860-1960, Hellhound Vintage, Villain’s Vintage, Meow, Foundation Vintage, Atelier Mira, Little Treasures, and Siren Vintage.
—Pickwick Vintage Show

Julie Guernsey of 1860-1960 vintage thanks her mother Beth for her devotion to vintage. She began working with her full-time in 1999, and after Beth retired in 2014, Julie continued with her new partner, husband Gary Spiegel. 1860-1960 “has worked with and sold to costume designers, fashion designers, museums and collectors from all over the world.” A career highlight? Julie fondly recalls a stint on PBS’s Antiques Roadshow as a clothing and textiles appraiser.

 

Art Deco silk print top black jersey knit pinafore dress and beaded belt dates from the 1920s; photo via 1860-1960.

 

Hellhound Vintage offers 1970s India gauze dresses, patchwork crop top, block print tunics, a 1960s caftan, and a “mod” daisy print mini dress.

 

Mod mini dress; photo via Hellhound Vintage.

 

In a 2006 interview, Spanish Moss founder Suzanne Caravan said one of the upsides of vintage garments is they’ve already withstood the test of time.

Vintage is amazing for so many reasons! It’s one of a kind so you won’t show up to a party wearing the same Topshop dress as your man’s ex for instance. It’s an easy ‘statement piece’ for the trend setter; the confident and fashion forward choose vintage for their one of a kind investment pieces. These garments are of another time and crafted with the care and precision of a bygone era; fabrics were chosen with beauty and durability in mind.
—”An Online Thrifter’s Heaven” by Sarah Wellsman, 2006, QueensOfVintage.com

 

Bohemian inspired Gaultier vest in plum-grey silk appliqued with brocaded black ribbon; photo via Spanish Moss.

 

A full vendor list may be found at Pickwick Vintage. Happy vintage shopping!

 

Pickwick Vintage 2017
Sunday, July 30th, 9 a.m. (early admission), 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Pickwick Gardens, 1001 Riverside Dr., Burbank 91506
Tickets: $8-$16/in advance; $10-$20/at door, day of event
Purchase advance tickets via Eventbrite/pickwick-vintage
For more info, please visit PickwickVintage.com

 

Smocked silk chiffon gown; photo via NEW/FOUND vintage.

 

Vintage M. Lurie & Co harvest gold woven silk ribbon rosette wide brim cloche hat dates from the 1920s; photo via 1860-1960.

 

Vintage Chanel shoes; photo via NEW/FOUND.

 

 




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