Victoria Vintage Expo

Vintage Expo takes over Crystal Garden Sept. 27-28

The Victoria Vintage Expo is Sept. 27-28 at Crystal Gardens

Mid century modern, art deco, or kitsch: vintage styles – in fashion, decor or entertainment – are back and bigger than ever. The Victoria Vintage Expo is an extravaganza of vintage vendors, live entertainment and interactive events, including an up-cycle and mend station presented by The Make House, vintage hair demos, presentation by the fabulous Miss Rosie Bitts, retro photo booth and old fashioned food market. Sit back and take in the fashion show or register in the best-dressed contest. The Victoria Vintage Expo runs from 5 – 9pm Sept. 27 and 11am -5pm Sept. 28 at the Crystal Garden (713 Douglas). victoriavintageshow.com.

 

Natalie North

arts@mondaymag.com

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