Bath Vintage & Antiques Market

This weekend I popped along to Bath Vintage & Antiques Market, which is held the first and last Sunday of every month at Green Park Station and is chock-a-block with retro goodies. Although I could’ve come away with enough floral teacups to open a small cafe (and believe me I was tempted) I managed to keep my modest purchases sewing-related – I got two vintage dress patterns and some cute flower buttons for just £6. Can’t wait to use them!

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I also stopped by the Holburne Museum to see Julie Verhoeven’s super-crazy installation, ‘Ladies Let’s Rip’, which was part of the Bath in Fashion and was sponsored by the School of Art & Design at Bath Spa University. Julie has collaborated with the likes of Louis Vuitton, John Galliano, Versace, Loewe, Mulberry, Topshop and H&M and is known for her multi-disciplined and often surreal work that spans both art and fashion. And surreal this certainly is!

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5 thoughts on “Bath Vintage & Antiques Market

    1. It’s definitely worth checking out! If you’ve got time I recommend the 50 Fabulous Frocks exhibition at the Fashion Museum too if you haven’t been already (I’ll be posting on that shortly too!)

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