The Vintage Fashion Bible + 3 Awesome Hemingway Design Projects

The Vintage Fashion Bible + 3 Awesome Hemingway Design Projects

Now that it’s the new year, why not try a new (well, vintage!) look with help from the rather awesome The Vintage Fashion Bible by Wayne & Geraldine Hemingway.

Here’s 5 reasons why we love the book:

  1. The book gives you exclusive access to Wayne & Geraldine’s insider fashion archive with clippings from magazines ranging from the 1920s to 1990s.
  2. The ubiquitous fashion decades are explored in a new way through micro-trends including our favourites: Nautical but nice, Remember my name…FAME & Zoot Suit Rebels.
  3. The shopping advice is indispensable with top tips on pricing for vintage items & a full directory packed with proven vintage contacts.
  4. Shoes, the fashion world’s ultimate fetish; Shoes are given pride of place in the book with special sections in each decade to fuel your every footwear fancy.
  5. Hair and make up are aligned in with the trends you love so it’s a great source of inspiration for stylists, theatre costume departments & film makers & shakers.

Get a copy now here

Plus here’s 3 amazing projects you might not know have come from the House of Hemingway.

Dreamland, Margate

The regeneration of deceased seaside mecca Dreamland was nothing short of a miracle and it’s new retro design is iconic.

The Festival of Thrift

Darlington is packed full of thrifty upcycling & vintage ideas in this fun family festival. It’s happening on 24 & 25 September 2016 so be sure to visit!

Vintage by the Sea

Northern seaside resort Morecambe comes alive with the sound of vintage on the 3 & 4 September 2016.

Rupert Dannreuther

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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.