Sunday, 22 June 2014


Are you disinterested with designer brand labels or what's on the racks and shelves
on the high street in the mega brand stores? You're not alone. In fact, chances are
you are part of the growing legion of men and women globally flocking to London to
scour its streets for precious gems in the form of a unique and tiny shop with a soul
and personality or something special that calls to you from within one of London's
many Vintage Fashion Fairs. Something that says you are the individual you are.
Stop dressing like you're mass produced and be who you are and how you feel.
Go on. Dress like it.

So just for you we grabbed a camera and set off in search of some of the many people
disheartened with high street, freeing their heart and soul with individuality and a little
help from some cool looking vintage fashion.

Two Japanese girls pose for a picture in London. (right) is Saikuwando who wears a 
dress from American Apparel with a vintage jacket, shoes from the 109 and a bag 
from Korea. Her friend (left) is Motoko who wears a vintage dress with jewellery by 
Design Six, a bag from Laforet, Harajuku and shoes by Anna Sui.

This is Charlotte from London. She wears a skirt hand made by her friend, shoes by 
Schuh, a top from River Island, sunglasses from Gucci and her statement flower bag 
is from Kathmandu Nepal

Two women dressed in 1950s vintage fashion style

Two vintage fashion bags from the 1950s

This bundle of cuteness is Lisa from Osaka Japan. She wears a vintage gypsy top from 
France, black shorts from Finders Keepers, shoes by Dance Co and a bag by Marni.

Lots more street style action to follow.  JSTREETSTYLE

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