Monday, 3 December 2012

Wonder Vintage Market, Paris


On Saturday I headed off to the North-East of Paris, to the Centquatre, which can be best described as a modern exhibition space that features culture and art (with restaurants, a giant charity shop and an enormous book shop thrown in). I arrived on a fresh Saturday afternoon to check out the Wonder Vintage Market, and it was, errrr... wonderful!

The event played host to some of the best vintage interiors displays I've ever seen, with some of the stalls feeling like real room set ups. The clothes were a little more expensive than I'm used to, but that was reflected in the fantastic quality. Winter capes, felt fedoras and even Betty Draper style night gowns were on offer.

I was a bit snap-happy at the event, so here is a selection of my favourite parts of the market!

Also, a quick shout out to the lovely Kat of Purrfect Kat Vintage, who recognised me from my blog! My first international recognition ;). Woo! You can find her blog here. I'm sorry if I came across a bit shocked - I was!









Sadie xxx

4 comments:

carelessly cut said...

Wow, that looks amazing!

Rosie x

Emily said...

Wow this looks like heaven.. You look like you're having so much fun in Paris!

Joyce said...

Thanks for the tantalizing peek into a legendary parisian vintage shop, now I want to go more than ever!

Ali said...

wow, looks like such a great place to explore!
btw I did end up making pom poms for my christmas tree, inspired by you! http://www.bell-street.com/2012/12/diy-pom-pom-christmas-ornaments.html