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The New Vintage Look.....10th April 2012!

Hellooo my darlings! I hope you are having a good start to the week! I am excited to let you all know that I will be attending and writing a review on The New Vintage Look charity event at Proud Cabaret on the 10th April 2012!

Tickets are £12 and the event aims to raise funds for the Royal Brompton Hospital in London. There will be a 1940s and 1950s reproduction piece fashion catwalk, an auction of vintage goodies, live music and burlesque acts.......but most of all it will be a lovely excuse to do a good deed, dress vintage and enjoy the beauty of times gone by! So if you happen to be free next Tuesday evening and would like a vintage night out in London....then grab yourself some tickets and come along!


Until the next time,
May xx


For more information:
www.facebook.com/ThenewVintagelook
www.thevintageguidetolondon.com

Tickets link:
www.wegottickets.com


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  1. This looks like such an amazing event, I really wish I culd be in London for it! Hope you'll have a wonderful time :)
    xox,
    Cee
    http://cocoandvera.blogspot.com

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  2. Thank you Cee! :) I am really looking forward to this event and can't wait to write the review on all the lovely finds of the night! :)
    May x

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