Top Online Vintage Clothing Stores

Shop at the best online vintage clothing stores as voted for by vintage fans! We’ve curated a list of suppliers so you can buy your perfect vintage dress and vote for your favourite retro shops. This list includes luxury second-hand designer pieces as well as vintage bargains on Ebay and Etsy. Start hunting for vintage … Read more

Stars Reveal 1960s Costumes for Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”

Margot Robbie has joined Leonardo Dicaprio and Brad Pitt in posting a photo of herself in 1960s costume for her new role in Quentin Tarantino’s new film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, to be released in July 2019. She stars in the 1960s outfit as Hollywood actress Sharon Tate, who was famously murdered by the Manson Family … Read more

Pirates of The Caribbean Costumes On Sale

Geoffrey Rush’s Captain Barbossa costume from Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl will go under the hammer in London September 20. Auctioned alongside the pirate costume is Barbossa’s peg leg and an array of rings worn by Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow. Other pieces listed in the auction catalogue include … Read more

Liza Minnelli’s Cabaret Costume Sells for 10X Estimate

Liza Minnelli’s signature Cabaret costume of bowler hat, boots and halter top vest sold for $81,250 and smashed their estimate of just $6000. The auction on August 1st, Love Liza, was held by Profiles in History in Los Angeles and sold much of the actress’s personal archive as well as items belonging to her mother Judy … Read more

Terry Dresbach’s Emotional Farewell to ‘Outlander’ Fans

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Costume designer Terry Dresbach will be leaving the hit historical costume drama Outlander after season four. “It’s been 6 years. I want to be with my family. I am spent, exhausted, worn out. Concerned about my health,” she said on Twitter. Dresbach was instrumental in the launch of the series with her husband the writer and … Read more

Legendary Punk Memorabilia For Sale

Some of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren’s early fashion designs will go under the hammer at Bonham’s auctioneers on July 18. The items are from the collection of Mark Jay who was a founding editor of the punk fanzine Skum. The punk pair of Sex Pistols manager McLaren and fashion designer Westwood noticed Jay’s artwork … Read more

World-Record-Breaking Chap Olympiad This Saturday

If you haven’t already heard about the Chap Olympiad – now into its second decade of events – then you have some catching up to do. Every year hundreds of well-dressed competitors assemble in London’s Bedford Square Gardens to compete in such games as ironing board surfing, umbrella jousting and volleyball with bowler hats. The … Read more

American Duchess: How One Artist Started a Shoe Sensation

Illustrator and designer Lauren Stowell started the 18th Century sewing blog American Duchess but struggled to turn it into a feasible income. Forced to sell her precious antique finds on Etsy she hit upon a revelation that would change her life for good. She discovered that historical footwear – made new to modern sizes – … Read more

How to Embrace Casanova in the #MeToo Era

The gaze of scandalous, cheating libertine Giacomo Casanova (1725–1798) has been taken as the central viewpoint of a new exhibition at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts based on The Story of My Life – his unrivaled account of 18th-century European society. Addressing themes such as travel, the intersection of sex and power, theatricality and identity, and … Read more