So Last Century Vintage and Retro Fair

DATE 

DECEMBER 2018

WHERE 

WEMBLEY LIBRARY AND MARKET SQUARE

PRICE

FREE

This December 2018, Wembley Park will host So Last Century Vintage and Retro Fair as a part of our Winter Festivities.

As one of London’s most respected vintage markets, So Last Century will bring an array of hand- picked traders to Market Square in Wembley Park.

Attendees can expect an array of affordable 20th century vintage and antique items such as mid-century décor, lighting and furniture, vintage maps ceramics, homeware, vintage clothing, accessories and jewellery.

Second Floor Studios and Arts at Wembley Park will be displaying and selling their work too alongside celebrated stall holders including Molly and Harlequin, Rag and Bone Bros., J.A.M.S Ironworks.

 

** Please note this event was originally scheduled for Sunday 23 September as part of London Design Festival 2018. Due to unfortunate weather conditions, this event has now been postponed to December 2018**

ABOUT SO LAST CENTURY VINTAGE & RETRO FAIR

“So Last Century Vintage & Retro Fair was established in spring 2015 by friends Alison Davis and Alan Old.

The first event took place in September 2015 in Beckenham, South East London and was a resounding success, spurring-on the duo to hold another later that year. 2017 saw So Last Century open another Vintage and Retro Fair in Catford and start its popular Vintage Market at Beckenham Place Mansion. In May 2018 another location was added, this time in Tooting.

Since 2015, So Last Century has become a regular fixture in London’s vintage calendar, popping-up around ten times a year at different locations around London, much to the delight of savvy vintage lovers!

As part our Winter festivities, So Last Century will be bringing their celebrated Vintage & Retro Fair to North West London for the first time, where they’re excited to be running a single-day Vintage Fair where admirers can bag themselves one-of-a-kind pieces.

                                                                                                           – So Last Century, 

Molly and Harlequin

Perhaps you’re looking for an amazing piece of art for that blank space of yours?

Purveyors of vintage and antique ephemera and maps, Molly and Harlequin are regulars at many London vintage markets, including Old Spitalfields, Covent Garden and Portobello Road.

Rag and Bone Bros.

If you’re after antique and vintage ceramics, clocks, lamps, charts, furniture and all kinds of other curiosities and oddities from the flea markets of Europe, then pay a visit to the Rag and Bone Bros. 

Regular traders at Mid-century Modern shows, Old Spitalfields Market and others the team also have a shop in North London. 

J.A.M.S Ironworks

Great lighting and a special piece of furniture can make or break a room, so if you’re looking for a special piece you’ll need to pay a visit to the J.A.M.S Ironworks stall with all the hand-crafted and bespoke vintage and industrial lighting and furniture pieces you could dream of.

J.A.M.S Ironworks is a Good Homes Magazine award winner and a regular exhibitor at Grand Designs, 100% Design and other shows.

Aubourg Vintage

If you’re looking to update the wardrobe, you must pay a visit to Auborg Vintage. 

With beautiful hand sourced vintage clothing from the 1930’s-1980’s, it will be the perfect store to pick up your next favourite item of clothing.

RJS Vintage Designs

The team behind RJS Vintage Designs has always had a passion for product design and interesting lighting.

Finally bringing their ideas to life, if you are looking for a unique, sophisticated, elegant and a “talking piece” lamp, then this is your store!

Vintage Vintage Co.

Perhaps you’re after something a little more eclectic than most? Well then, make your way over to Vintage, Vintage Co.

The team stocks Eclectic vintage homewares, jewellery & accessories, clothes and curios that are ready to be a new feature at your place!

Looking For More?

We'll have over 25 stall holders including...

  • A Load of Old Tat Vintage

  • Agata Pec Photography

  • Bradshaw Designs

  • Chaleureuse

  • Chota Bazaar

  • Fox and Willow

  • Leofwine Jewellery

GET HERE EARLY AND RELAX

Get here early and grab a bite to eat from the London Designer Outlet. With over 20 restaurants and bars you will be spoilt for choice. If that’s not enough to keep you entertained,  do some shopping  at one of the 50 outlet stores where you can get up to 70% off high street prices!

FINDING WEMBLEY PARK

 BY TUBE 

Wembley Park is easy to reach from central London with three tube lines and an overland line. The Jubilee Line offers access to Bond Street in 19 minutes from Wembley Park Station. The Metropolitan Line has fewer stops to reach Wembley Park Station, and many people swap onto it at Baker Street or Finchley Road. The journey time from Baker Street to Wembley Park Station is 12 minutes. The Bakerloo Underground Line is accessed from Wembley Central Station, offering access to Paddington, Charing Cross and Waterloo. The London Overground Line also runs from Wembley Central Station and gets you to Clapham Junction in 22 minutes.

 

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