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76 Star Starred
Pickwick Gardens
1001 Riverside Drive Burbank, CA 91506
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23 events
19 reviews
7 stars
Be sure to map out how to get there. Burbank Streets are tricky. Riverside Dr is tricky. We were not the only people who got lost and we had been there before!
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21 events
5 reviews
1 stars
There are 3 Pickwick Gardens buildings. It is in the back of the building furthest from the bowling alley.
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Vintage Clothing & Textile Show
258 ratings
3.8 average rating
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127 events
58 reviews
39 stars
attended Jan 31 2010

Luckily we read the Goldstar info enough to see it started at 9 am--so we got there at 8:30 and both got good parking. That is the good part!! Two huge rooms crammed with musty old clothes that were way overpriced made it so that we worked our way...continued

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1 review
0 stars
attended Jan 31 2010

Much of the articles were overpriced and many items could be found in and around other stores in L.A.

Having said that, there were two vendors that I found to be excellent. One carried authentic Afghani clothes, textiles, and jewelry. The...continued

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0 stars
attended Jan 31 2010

There was a decent selection of stuff, but most vendors were SOOO overpriced. In an age of so many venues online, I didn't feel like paying $75 for an altered non-brand, non-vintage tunic. Oh, and it was way too crowded.

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The Vintage Clothing & Textile Show, featuring 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.