Street style photographer Driely S. stopped by the show to shoot some of the comings and goingings outside the show and then popped in for a couple more inside.
Behind the scenes action of DANNIJO sisters styling and profiling their capsule collection for Shop Manhattan Vintage. Photographer Zandy Mangold.
Everywhere today, from the runway to the street, this technique of exposing skin through fabric that started over 100 years ago, is having a resurgance. Starting in the Victorian era as handmade art that was meant to be sexy as well as sophisticated; lace, crochet, and macrame is one of fashions most enduring styles. Our intent with 'Exposed' is to show how the technique has remained through decade after decade of new trends. And who better to help show off the collection than Laura McLaws Helms, a fashion historian and avid vintage collector, who has an amazing way of making classic styles look current. The collection will be available to view and purchase online starting April 3rd, and exhibited along with Laura's self-portaits at the show April 19th & 20th.
The amazingly fast and stylish Natalie Joos swooped through the latest Manhattan Vintage Show, with rolling rack in hand, to curate the first collection of our newest series of online sales called "Shopping the Manhattan Vintage Show with..." Her picks are not only eclectic and cool but also completely of the moment. An amazing and affordable way to add timeless vintage pieces to your own collection. Also check out her blog, Tales of Endearment, to see how she has styled these items together in perfectly unpredictable ways.
Photos by Elina Simonen.