Vintage lovers are in for a treat! Some of the city’s best kept retro gems are getting together for two vintage fairs you won’t want to miss!
Sure, we might see you down at the shiny halls of these Singapore malls or the eye-catching booths at these flea markets for a good shop, but if you’re all about scouting preloved gems and retro kitsch, you’re in for a treat! Save the date for not one, but two vintage fairs coming your way: a Dark Horse Vintage x Mobler sale (24 March) and the Vintage Fair pop-up at Journey East (7 and 8 April)!
A Vintage Pop-Up: Mobler x Dark Horse Vintage
Known for its specially curated selection of floral frocks, elegant silk scarves and retro skirts from the yesteryears, Dark Horse Vintage will be joining forces with Mobler for a pop-up that’s not just easy on the eye, but on the wallets, too. Selling at up to 50% off, vintage lovers are invited to rummage through racks of fashion pieces, bags and accessories, as well as browsing through kitschy items from the Retro Factory, poster boards from Deko Deco and antique and mid-century Scandinavian furniture and decor from Mobler that will have your pad looking retro fabulous.
A Vintage Pop-Up: Mobler x Dark Horse Vintage, 24 March 2018, 12pm-5pm, 10C Jalan Ampas, Singapore 329511
The Vintage Fair: A Walk in the Park!
Cue nostalgia as some of the city’s best vintage vendors come together for a blast to the past weekend filled with rare finds and retro gems. The Vintage Fair pop-up returns to Journey East for the fourth year with the family-run vintage lifestyle boutique By My Old School, the Etienne Aigner collection of eelloo, the vintage Chinese enamel plates from Enamel Inc, old-school knick-knacks from The Lippy Store, preloved fashion pieces from Five Stones Vintage and Lemon Kitscharms, as well as the mini gardens from Mossingarden. Be sure to cash out some moolahs before heading down for a laidback retro experience — only cash is accepted!
The Vintage Fair: A Walk in the Park!, 7-8 April, 10am-6pm, Journey East, #03-02, Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074