Postcards tagged: Vintage Finds
BRIMFIELD, Massachusetts – Fathom assistant editor Berit Baugher trolls the booths at Brimfield, America’s largest outdoor antique show.
PARMA, Italy – The designer names are (almost) overwhelming: Chanel, Cavalli, Balenciaga, Gucci, Vuitton. But I come for only one: Hermès. I don't know if I should curtsy or applaud.
ROUND TOP, Texas – The atmosphere is equal parts carnival and commerce, and the variety of items is staggering. It is my favorite treasure-hunting experience in the world.
SAN FRANCISCO – As enticing as a cornflower-blue floor-length robe with an embroidered peacock is for my "personal collection," I have to focus on the task at hand: finding inspiration for my clients.
PARIS, France – Au Petit Bonheur La Chance is one of those magical places where you'd have to be missing a heart in order to walk out empty-handed.
LONDON, England – Hackney market is the new hub of cutting-edge Londoners — and a place of charm few tourists experience.
ASBURY PARK, New Jersey – Nope, you won't find Bruce. Or Snookie. What this corner of the Jersey Shore does have is fresh food, vintage goods, and lots of charm.
I said no to a Peter Pan collar. But yes to a velvet Polish vest, an Indian dress, and a souvenir jacket from Japan. It was major.
AUSTIN, Texas – We asked Jordan Blumberg – Austin native, DailyCandy editor, vintage maven — to share her shopping hot spots for oldies-but-goodies.