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The New York Vintage  Fashion Show & Sale

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AFTER PROVIDING WARDROBE FOR THE UPCOMING JULIA ROBERTS MOVIE, "MONA LISA SMILE", AS WELL AS NICOLE KIDMAN AND ANTHONY HOPKINS IN "THE HUMAN STAIN", RENOWNED VINTAGE CLOTHING DEALER "BOBBY FROM BOSTON" RETURNS FROM A BUYING TRIP TO EUROPE WITH A FRESH LOAD OF VINTAGE AND ANTIQUE CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES TO FILL HIS REPLICATED MAHOGANY BOSTON SHOP AT THE 6TH NEW YORK VINTAGE FASHION & ANTIQUE TEXTILE SHOW AND SALE, MAY 30 - 31 AT THE NEW YORKER HOTEL.

Bobby Garnett, owner of Bobby From Boston, has been in business for more than thirty years, providing antique and vintage clothing, workwear, military clothing, mens shoes, hats, suits,and every other type of accessory, from cufflinks to cravats, that one might find in a fabulous men's shop in the early 20th century and beyond. He also carries a small line of women's and children's clothing as well. Bobby is about to begin assembling wardrobe for the upcoming Howard Hughes film.

Bobby is just one of the many fine dealers who will be selling their wares at what some designers have touted the show to be " the best Vintage Fashion and Antique Textile Show in the world". William Pass, from The Pass Collection, has been traveling the world for thirty-five years, purchasing extraordinary Asian robes, kimono, and textiles, as well as exquisite embroideries, lace, metallic, silk and lame clothing, some from such renowned and coveted designers as Patou and Worth. Buyers flock to William's booth to get first choice of his latest findings.

Illisa Lingerie has provided countless pieces of gorgeous, glamorous vintage lingerie to one of the most famous, retail lingerie companies in the world, both for design inspiration, as well as for resale in their retail stores. Her large booth at the show is always overflowing with nightgowns, teddies, and lingerie of every color and design. She is the largest and most extensive dealer of vintage and antique lingerie in the world.

This is just a glimpse of the quality of the dealers and the outstanding vintage and antique merchandise that will be available for sale at:

The New York Vintage Fashion & Antique Textile Show & Sale The New Yorker Hotel 8th Avenue & 34th Street, Friday, May 30 and Saturday, May31

Hours and Admission:  
Friday from 11am - 7pm, $20  
Saturday from 11am - 6pm, $10

To learn more go to http://newyorkvintagefashionshow.com

http://www.ApparelSearch.com

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