10 London Vintage Stores That NEED To Be On Your Radar
The-Vintage-Emporium-Cafe Brick Lane might be crammed with retro stores, but this place really stands out. Run by two fashion historians, The Vintage Emporium Cafe is the place for rare period clothing from the Victorian era up to the 1950s. The ground floor doubles up as a Victorian parlour, where you can contemplate the state of your bank balance over a decent cuppa.
Blu Tack sales must have gone through the roof in both September and December of 1981, when #Look-In Magazine put #AdamAnt on the cover. Teenage girls everywhere were tying tiny ribbons in their hair and covering their faces with stripy make-up in homage to their flamboyant heartthrob. - See more at: http://www.doyouremember.co.uk/memory.php?memID=3751#sthash.pgTEFmWN.dpuf
The Little Mermaid Cake and Cupcake Tower - Ariel, The Little Mermaid, cake and cupcake tower made for a sweet little girl’s 5th birthday. I was inspired by the lovely cake made by Angela (Angel Food 4 here on CC), and she was gracious enough to allow me to use her design. I also made 40 fondant sea life cupcake toppers. I love my cupcake stand, and cover it with matching scrapbook paper to match the theme of the party. Thank you so much for looking!