Annie's Vintage Costume specialise in a collection of antique clothing and accessories dating from the early 1900's to the 1940's. They also stock a selection of footwear.
12 Camden Passage, Shoreditch, London, N1 8ED
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+44 (0)20 7359 0796
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Annie's Vintage Costume
12 Camden PassageShoreditchLondonN1 8ED
- +44 (0)20 7359 0796
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Small shop. Shady shopkeeper.
I found a brooch of a rose that I really liked on a dress that was about a foot taller than I was, and asked the woman if I could just purchase the brooch without the dress. She was hesitant, and tried to charge me £18 for it, rather than £12 "Just because I hate to separate it from the dress!" Eventually, as I was getting ready to leave, she goes, "If it makes...more
This is a place where I always find the best vintage pieces; Victorian lace, 20's blouses, fur vests, scarves. Everything I have bought from this place has become a conversation piece. She has a seamstress that only works for her and everything that she puts in her store has been restored. Last time I was there, Kate Moss was buying a lizard clutch.more
Beautiful store. It's vintage in the most decadent manner. Fur, lace, silk, feathers....
oh, if only i was a trust fund baby...or a little more reckless with my credit card. sadly, today was day of only pure admiration.more
Did you know that everyone from the late Alexander McQueen to Donna Karan have shopped in this place looking for quirky accessories and inspiration? The editors of Vogue and Elle have used this fabulous little vintage shop for inspiration and ideas for photo shoots and Kate Moss frequents this place! It is simply a gem and definitely worth a stop. But be warned the fur coat selection will...more
It's a bit like walking into your grannies closet. Not vintage as much as its antique - from bowler hats to wedding wear its the perfect place to find the finishing touches to an extra special outfit.
Annie actually gets a lot of her stuff from the vintage fairs in Chealsea so if you like what you see it might be worth popping over their first to see if you can pick up more of a bargain.more