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[20 Aug 2017 | 2 Comments]
Swing Patrol Brighton | Scott Cupit Q&A

Dance teacher and entrepreneur Scott Cupit founded Swing Patrol with business partner Claudia Funder back in 1998 and this Summer made the move to Brighton to grow this swing thing by the sea.

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[5 Aug 2017 | No Comment]
The Stanmer Revue | The Betty Lou Gin Club

It was a warm Saturday night in July as we followed a burlesque dancer through a crowd dressed in top hats and braces, flapper dresses and feather boas, shimming to a wild Bugsy Malone number with moonshine concoctions in hand.

Fashion, Featured, My Vintage Brighton »

[25 Jun 2017 | No Comment]
My Vintage Brighton – Style Me Thrift

Brighton is a second-home to vintage and preloved fashion blogger Jasmine Farram, who regularly visits family in the city. Here the charity shop queen shares her top spots and style secrets.

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[11 Jun 2017 | No Comment]
Waiste Vintage Brighton Pop-Up Shop

Spilling over with bohemian fashions and lush hanging houseplants, Waiste Vintage North Laine pop-up shop is seriously on-trend yet anything but faddy.

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[4 Jun 2017 | No Comment]
Brighton Preloved Vintage Kilo

As the Preloved Vintage Kilo comes to Brighton for the first time on 11 June, events manager Jessica Gregory shares insider info on how it all works, what’s on offer on how to get the most from the sale.

Crafty creatives, Decor, Featured, Style heroes »

[3 May 2017 | One Comment]
Style Heroes – Tattooed Lady Embroidery Kits

Inspired by tattooed 1950s pin-ups, Brighton-based crafter Muriel has created a range of beautiful embroidery kits for each season, suitable for both beginners and experienced sewers.

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[12 Apr 2017 | No Comment]
Get 2 Know A Vintage Dealer on Instagram

Vintage traders have been treating fans to rare personal and professional insights in a month-long Instagram themed daily posting challenge, using a hashtag now a wealth of expert advice and interior inspiration.

Decor, Events, Fashion, Featured »

[17 Feb 2017 | 2 Comments]
New Road Brighton Vintage Market

A new vintage market debuts on Brighton’s New Road next month, bringing 50 vintage traders plus independent food vendors to the pedestrianised heart of the city.

Fashion, Featured, Win »

[9 Jan 2017 | 85 Comments]
Win a £50 Joanie Clothing voucher

There’s one sure-fire way to beat the January blues – plan a winter getaway. And we’ve got your city-break wardrobe covered with a £50 voucher giveaway from Joanie Clothing.

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[8 Jan 2017 | No Comment]
Brighton Royal Pavilion Tunnel Tour

Imagine if while you were working off that Christmas weight you could stay out of sight by building yourself a tunnel from your house to wherever you needed to go…

Fashion, Featured, My Vintage Brighton »

[19 Oct 2016 | One Comment]
My Vintage Brighton – Sophie Churcher

Brighton-based writer Sophie Churcher blogs about her love of second-hand shopping and vintage fashion at the aptly-named jumblestyleblog.com. Here she shares her tips on where to shop, eat and hangout in the city.

Decor, Fashion, Featured »

[13 Oct 2016 | No Comment]
Sniff out labels at new Dogs Trust charity shop

Dogs Trust has opened a new boutique charity shop in Brighton, offering hand-picked vintage and secondhand designer goods in a stylish industrial store.

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[5 Sep 2016 | No Comment]
Airstream Studio photobooth for hire

Airstream and photography enthusiasts Matt Legg and Em Cons combined their passions to transform a vintage trailer into a professional photo booth studio now proving a hit at Sussex weddings.

Fashion, Featured, Win »

[16 Aug 2016 | 11 Comments]
How to buy vintage + win a vintage voucher

Fashion and Dress History graduate Gemma Cockshott turned her passion for vintage into a business last year when she set up Just Vintage Clothing Co. Here she shares her top five tips on how to buy vintage.

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[7 Aug 2016 | No Comment]
Mourning Midcentury Magazine

Having written for Midcentury Magazine for three years, it’s with great sadness that we bid farewell to the coffee table favourite, which after ten issues is taking a hiatus. Pick up issue 10 now.