Mint Vintage aims to present trend-driven, quality vintage clothing with a focus on the future, rather than the past.
With a shop in the creatively vibrant Dalston area of London, a collaboration with ASOS Marketplace and an online shop selling vintage in a way no-one ever has before, Mint is on the forefront of fashion.
Mint's innovative and accessible merchandising and carefully hand-picked collections from all over the world has brought the brand the attention of fashion-hungry celebrities and magazine editors alike.
Venue Details & Map
71-73 Stoke Newington High StreetLondonN16 8EL
- +44 (0)20 7249 4567
- Public transport:
- Rectory Road, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of Mint Vintage
Now up in Stokey, Mint is a welcome addition to the 'hood. Wondering where all the used Levi 501s, old 'stoner' jackets, Pendelton's and corduroys are to be found these days? They're here. Curious to find varsity coats a la John Travolta's Grease or Laugh In-style 60s flower-power dresses and slacks? Mint has those, too. Funky shoes, purses, belts and a bit of jewelry are also to be... more
This small retro and vintage shop used to be known as Loewy but since changing its name to 'Mint' nothing much has changed (even when you search 'Mint'on the internet you won't find it as they haven't updated any sites about the name change so far). The store still offers the great selection of fun, individual and stylish pieces that it always did and the staff are just as welcoming. Upstairs... more
Mint Vintage Clothing, formerly known as Loewy, is a small vintage shop located right in between Shaftesbury Avenue and the Seven Dials. I love to step into this shop when I am in the area since it has a nice selection of good quality vintage clothes. Located on two levels, the top floor has all of the clothing for both men and women, while the downstairs area holds a good collection of... more
I do like this vintage shop. It's in a great location too - Covent Garden is a really great place for shops and food.
I love the selection of clothes here and they're all organised so well too. The vintage clothes here are such great quality and you can really feel the difference in the stock here from that of, say, the clothes in a place like Beyond Retro in the East (where the clothes are a... more
Mint looks like Pat Butcher and Peggy Mitchell put together their collective wardrobes and creative talent, finally left Albert Square and decided to set up shop. Bearing in mind that they are both far too busy interfering, gossiping and adopting distant family members to open a shop and also, technically speaking are actually fictional characters, they probably don't own Mint, but whoever... more