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Fashion blogger opens Brighton vintage shop

18 February 2016 3 Comments

A Brighton-based fashion blogger has opened a vintage “concept store” in the North Laine, mixing high-end vintage with independent designer fashion and accessories.

Courtois VTG Concept Store

Courtois VTG Concept Store is the brainchild of local fashion historian and fashion blogger Natalie Courtois, who edits vintage for women, men and children inspired by her passion for contemporary trends.

Pieces at the 20 Gardner Street shop span twentieth century fashions and currently include a 1920s handmade skirt, 1950s dresses, a 1970s Burberry skirt and 1980s Louis Feraud skirt suit.

Courtois VTG Concept Store

Natalie will also use the prime location to showcase emerging designers, such as Brighton-based jewellery brand Mojiana, and host events – the first of which is a book launch for ‘Making Edwardian Costumes for Women’ by fashion historian Suzanne Rowland in March.

Courtois VTG Concept Store

Courtois VTG Concept Store is open 10.30am to 6pm Monday to Friday, 10am to 6.30pm Saturday and 11.30am to 5.30pm Sunday. For more information contact Nataliecourtois@hotmail.com or get in touch via Facebook or Instagram.

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  • Christine Nilles said:

    Hello Natalie Courtois,
    What labels from the US would you consider buying?
    I’m planning a short trip to Sussex this June and thought I might bring some dresses I’ve been collecting with me to sell.

    Best wishes,

  • Ellis Collins said:

    Lovring the blog updates and YouTube clips. Very inspiring!! Keep them coming and see you soon. E. XX

  • bella lauren said:

    I have visited this shop and they have a stunning vintage collection.keep sharing such vintage posts it helps me a lot .Visit my vintage clothing at http://paperdollz.co.uk/

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