Maureen from Daybreak Vintage - I love her entire look, and it was nice to see someone else wearing platform boots besides me!
The young woman in head-to-toe red is Caroline Quinn, proprietor of the vintage boutique Dirty Fabulous, in Dublin Ireland, which is the most awesome name for a vintage boutique ever.
The always debonair Hamish Bowles, International Editor at Large of Vogue, resplendent in plum
I met my adorable hair twin, Kendra Joseph, who is a makeup artist, last year at the Vintage Show, and I had been in this year's show maybe 5 minutes when we spotted each other, which led to many squeals of joy and hugs! After we got caught up and took some photos we went on our separate ways and later that day I ran into her trying on hats at David Owen's booth where she purchased a sassy little black one with a red feather that matched her fab leather and lace outfit perfectly.
The Idiosyncratic Fashionistas when we ran into Tziporah Salamon in one of her gorgeous Asian-inspired outfits. She would have coordinated perfectly with Hamish Bowles.
The man with her was also working at her booth, and I apologize for not getting his name, but he looked great in his monochrome casual-but-stylish oufit.
Pixel 19 Vintage Clothing, rocks the heavy metal
Noble Savage Vintage.
Noble Savage Vintage - gorgeous hair cut and colour!
I ran into Martha several times during the course of Day 1 of the show, and each time I noticed a new detail of her marvelous outfit, such as the cheerful yellow bakelite accessories. Very few people can carry off a head-to-toe vintage ensemble without it straying into the territory of "costume", but Martha wears it so well, and somehow makes it look modern.
As the last day of the show drew to a close, my fellow partners-in-style-crime and I forced ourselves out the door of the Metropolitan Pavilion back out into the world. Judith, The Style Crone, (far right) is wearing a dress and hat she purchased at the show, Valerie (far left) is wearing the marvelous polka dot coat she found at Sunset Blvd. Vintage, and Jean is wearing the architectural Donna Karan hat that was her score of the day. Judith and I were heading off to have dinner, and I was forced to say goodbye to The Idiosyncratic Fashionistas. Thanks, and hugs, to all of wonderful people who made my weekend in New York an adventure to remember!