Monday, January 13, 2014

Manhattan Vintage 2014

Natalie Off Duty has just curated a one-off collection in collaboration with Manhattan Vintage, as the latest installment in their series of guest-curated capsule collections in which today's tastemakers bring a modern eye to vintage clothing.




 The New York based Fashion Blogger and Vintage Lover has curated a capsule collection of statement vintage pieces which reflect her distinctive Boho style.


As show organizer Adam Ornstein elaborates "We want to collaborate not just with those with a knowledge of vintage, but also with a distinct fashion voice." Previous collaborators have included Mara HoffmanDANNIJO sisters Danielle and Jodie Snyder and Natalie Joos.

The collection went on sale online TODAY, January 13th at 12pm at ManhattanVintage.com and will be available through Friday to coincide with next weekend's Manhattan Vintage Show. Prices for the Natalie Off Duty collection range from approximately $60 - $300.




About Manhattan Vintage: The number one vintage clothing event in the world, Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show brings together over 90 professional exhibitors from all over the world, each offering an unrivaled selection of men’s and women’s vintage clothing, accessories and textiles from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

The show, which started in 1992, draws designers, stylists and celebrities from across the globe seeking inspiration. Recent attendees include Scarlett Johansson, Katie Holmes, Jean Paul Gaultier, Sofia Coppola, Amanda Seyfried, Lynne Yaeger, Hamish Bowles and Alexa Chung.

The January show will also feature the insightful special exhibition, 'Almost Dior: America’s Stamp On The New Look' which examines the American designers, such as Ceil Chapman, Suzy Perette and Dan Millstein, that rose to success producing affordable versions of Dior's 'New Look'.

Manhattan Vintage Show is located at The Metropolitan Pavilion, Friday, January 17th 1pm - 8pm and Saturday, January 18th 11am – 6pm. Admission $15 online/$20 at the door.  
For more information go to:  www.ManhattanVintage.com

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