Vintage Clothes Show In Toronto Adds Old-School Flair To Your Closet

on March 21, 2013

Reticella Mat
Do you have your own fashion style? Do you like to wear what no one else is wearing? Do people describe your look as uniquely original?

If you answered ‘yes’ to these questions, Gadsden’s Toronto Vintage Clothing Show might help you add some vintage clothes to your selective wardrobe. This year’s event takes place on April 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Artscape Wychwood Barns (601 Christie St., Toronto ON).

While many of us might not know about it, the Clothing Show is highly anticipated on the vintage scene.

Perspective shoppers will be able to purchase items from 30 of Toronto and Quebec’s top vintage dealers.

These include:

Barbara Schwartz, TruFaux Toronto – This exhibitor presents the best in vintage costume jewelry from 1920-1960 by Hattie Carnegie, Elsa Schiaparelli and other European creators who effectively fused jewelry design into the realm of art. At the Vintage Show, they plan on featuring art deco pieces from France including an emerald melon bead and rondelle necklace and art glass earrings by Schreiner.

Anne Purwitsky, Annetique Boutique Thornhill – Purwitsky specializes in antique vintage lace, time, and unusual buttons. Her display also features silk scarves which primarily consist of Liberty of London scarves. If you’re interested in adding a degree of flair to your dining tables, you may also peruse her set of Reticella lace place mats.

Patricia Gostick, Bijoux Vintage Costume Jewelry Toronto – This exhibitor specializes in quality vintage costume jewelry and will be bringing an extensive collection of 1950s cocktail bracelets to the show. She will also feature unique compacts and a 1980’s Dana Buchman floral silk jacket, complemented with a Giorgio Armani hot pink shirt.

Admission is $8 for adults and free for children 12 and under.

For more info, check out AntiqueShowsCanada.com