Saturday, March 15, 2014

Toronto Vintage Clothing Show

The organizers of the Vintage Clothing Show are well known for their large scale vintage clothing fairs in their home base of Ottawa. Scores of Torontonian vintage lifestylers and collectors would make a weekend out of driving to O town to search for unique vintage finds...

The Ottawa Vintage Clothing Show

After establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned with, they came to Toronto, booked our BIGGEST convention hall and the rest was history! Only 6 months after their first show, they are setting up shop again March 23rd at Metro Toronto Convention Centre NORTH.

"Toronto's biggest sale of vintage clothing! The Toronto Vintage Clothing Show is the most anticipated show of its kind! Shop for amazing vintage clothing, jewellery & accessories - including one of a kind designer pieces."

Toronto Vintage Society has been a huge supporter from the beginning..We helped to pepper the city with their flyers, ran a contest for free passes and live tweeted our unique vintage finds...

Live tweets from the 2013 Toronto Vintage Clothing Show

This year, the stacks of postcards have landed, we ran a contest for a $50 gift certificate....and drum roll please...we will have our very own booth!

TVS will be promoting the love of vintage! We will be on site to speak to what we do, sign up new followers, live tweet our unique finds...and sell these SUPER nifty handmade mending kits! YES, the staff at TVS made a royal mess to bring you these handy kits for spot mending your vintage finds!  Make do and mend my friends!

The TVS assembly line!

Please pop by and say HI...find out what we do...and make a new vintage friend! 

Date: Sunday March 23, 2014

Time: 10am-5pm
Admission: $10
Get your $2 coupon here ONLY until March 17th and advance tickets here
Location: The Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2W6
NOTE: We are in the North building (not the South Building). Constitution Hall is on the 100 level, down an escalator from Front Street.
NOTE: The Yonge Line of the subway will be CLOSED (south of Bloor Street) the day of the show (there will be shuttle buses running).
The University-Spadina Line is OPEN to St. Andrews Station University Ave. & King St. It's a walk of just a few blocks to get to The Convention Centre! For parking nearby click here


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