The term vintage is used to describe clothing between 20-100 years old, which is clearly representative of the era in which it was produced. Vintage clothing can be used, as new, manufactured and handmade. It is important to understand that the definition is vintage is fluid, so eve decade brings forth new items as ‘vintage’. It is also important to understand that all vintage will eventually become antique. Clothing 100 years old or more are classified as antiques.
There’s so much to do in London on a Sunday – all the markets scattered about, car boots, beautiful brunches and Sunday roasts in quaint cafes and pubs. This Sunday however, I felt like doing something different than my usual window-shopping in Brick Lane. I had a taste for something a little bit peculiar.
I started styling around two years ago now. What I first thought was a foray into the glamorous life of a stylist; handling designer clothing, hanging out with beautiful people and directing extravagant shoots turned out to be a lot different. When you tell people you’re a stylist, they get visions of you bossing around models, assistants and looking glam all the time but truly, it’s damn hard work! So here’s my #StylistProblems that you guys may also be able to relate to!