Manhattan Vintage Show

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26 March 2014

WHAT: Manhattan Vintage Show

WHY: Manhattan Vintage Show returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion this weekend. The showcase brings together over 90 professional exhibitors from all over the world, each offering an unrivaled selection of men’s and women’s vintage clothing, accessories and textiles from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

The eagerly anticipated Spring show will also feature a special exhibit on American Fashion Designer, Lilly Pulitzer. Known fondly as the ‘Palm Beach Princess of Prints’, the designer rose to fame for her tropical, whimsical color combinations and prints. A unique array of Lilly’s distinctive, fresh look will be on display at next weekend’s show – just in time for the start of Spring!

50% off admission price to anyone who brings an item of clothing to donate to Housing Works! This will also be extended to anyone who donates to any Housing Works store during the month of March and brings their donation receipt to the show.

WHEN: 3/28 – 3/29; F (1-8), Sat (11-6)

WHERE: Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street
between Sixth and Seventh Avenues
New York, NY
(518-852-2415)

Manhattan Vintage Show

Manhattan Vintage Show



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Posted by Bindra at 02:35 AM
Events & Promotions , Handbags & Accessories , Men's Clothing , Men's Footwear , Today's Sales , Women's Clothing , Women's Footwear | Trackback |

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