Vintage Clothing and Textile Show at Burbank's Pickwick Gardens
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The last date listed for Vintage Clothing & Textile Show was Sunday March 30, 2014 / 9:00am to 3:00pm (Early Entry at 8:00am).
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Featured review from Stephanie
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The good part was the amazing selection, it was a sensory delight. The parking was horrible, and I ended up getting a parking ticket (not the show's fault, but...) Like everybody else was saying, the prices were gaspingly high, and some of the items only looked vintage. That said, I found an an amazing kitchen curtain valance that was obviously a reproduction, and thus, a bargain. Another stall also sold kitchen textiles and it was fun to dig through all the $4 tea towels. I have more fun scrounging for treasures and finding bargains so I dont think I will return in May.
Oh, and I think it was overcrowded thanks to Goldstar, so I was okay with that. Thank you Goldstar for turning me on to this; I would not have known about it otherwise. I am glad I went.
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The Vintage Clothing & Textile Show, featuring 65 exhibitors selling and displaying a wide selection of antique textiles and vintage clothing, returns to the Pickwick Gardens in Burbank. A huge variety of vintage and gently worn designer clothing will be shown, along with vintage table and bed linens, Victorian lace, draperies and cushions, a variety of wearable decorative trims, buttons, shoes, handbags, accessories — the list goes on!
Founded in the early 1980s, the show has attracted a loyal and enthusiastic following. In recent shows, designer resale has been a noticeably strong trend. Participating dealers are known to save their best and most unusual items for this event, and their audience knows it. There is always something for everyone, from the most discerning collector to the college student on a limited budget! Designers are often seen there looking for fresh ideas taken from old fabrics.