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New Vintage Pop Up at Camden Market

In the spirit of sustainability and treasuring the pre-loved items that we all have in our wardrobes, SEEN can only applaud the upsurge of vintage events that are taking place in our capital. We are very proud of the new vintage pop up that’s starting tomorrow at world-famous Camden Market. It will be held every Saturday. Yet another reason to head to Camden, where anything can and does happen… Enjoy.

WHAT TO EXPECT: A day of vintage vibes and retro fashion for the launch of Camden Market’s NEW vintage market. On-site performances and broadcasts from London station, Boogaloo Radio, will be live-streaming the day’s soundtrack from across the decades (from ska to punk, rock and roll to funk) to serenade your way through the eclectic mix of vintage traders. Featuring everything from men’s, women’s and children’s fashion from the 30s through to the 90s, retro games and toys, furniture, records, vintage cameras and antiques, it promises to throw in some serious blasts from the past.

Alongside stalls from the Market’s favourite vintage traders, offering everything from pre-loved clothes to retro games to old records; the launch also welcomes Off the Scale, a non-profit vintage clothing shop who’ll be parking up their converted 70s bus. Selling its wares by the kilo, the touring shop employs young people with experiences of depression and aims to raise awareness of the stigmas surrounding the condition.

TRADERS WILL INCLUDE:

Vintage Shoes/Oi Oi The Shop/D33/Collectif/Monkey’s Emporium/The Vintage Collection/Camera Hut/Vintage Watches/Modfather/Camden Vintage/Vintage Planet/The Baggage Room/Massive international/St Cyr/Disc Disciples/What Goes Around/90s Sportswear/90z Back/Flemings Fine Antiques/Impuzzled

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New Weekly Vintage Pop Up Market

The Horse Tunnels at Camden Market
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