It's that time of year again and to welcome a whole new season of stock we are having our annual clear out and inviting all our lovely customers to come along to our...
Wolf & Gypsy Vintage Yard Sale 2018
Fill a bag of Vintage goods for just £20
100s of items of clothing, shoes & accessories for both ladies & gents waiting to be nabbed, with new stock added daily
Sat 25th August 11.00-5.00pm
Sun 27th August 11.00-5.00pm
At our Brighton store
Hope to see you all there.
T & Cs
Bags to be supplied by us
All sales are final, no exchanges or...
I thought this T-shirt Tuesday I would introduce you to a firm favourite of the Wolf & Gypsy Vintage team, the ‘bad’ Michael Jackson tee. Homemade, this badly printed fan t-shirt is perfect in so many ways; with its subtlety stretched MJ face and naive take on the superstar- what’s not to love?
To coincide with the National Portrait Galleries, ‘On The Wall’ exhibition, which focuses on Jackson’s influence on the art world. We chatted to our friend and fashion historian, Sequoia Barnes, who is currently helping to create complimentary programming that runs alongside the exhibition. In our opinion, our...
We have an area at Classic Car Boot Sale this August 18th &19th to fill with our favourite contemporary vintage traders, that's you guys.
What it involves:
We are looking for like-minded sellers to take a pitch alongside us in a specially curated area
Where and When
The sale is taking place on the 18 & 19 August 2018 Granary Square, King’s Cross London
Simply send over images to email@example.com of the type of items you will sell, links to Instagram, depop, etsy…etc…and we will be back in...
Here at Wolf and Gypsy Vintage we are all about disputing and challenging fashion's throwaway clothing culture, instead we promote longevity and adapting vintage clothing to suit a contemporary wardrobe. With this ethos in mind we are thrilled to have collaborated, for the second time, with local textile artist and practitioner; Tom of Holland.
Tom aims to 'reinforce the relationship between the wearer and garment' through the use of repair, so, instead of simply discarding a broken or damaged garment, we say repair! Let the clothing grow with you and wear your beautifully darned item...