One week to go and time to reveal our fabulous list of stalls participating. I personally give a great big thanks and welcome to ...
Winifred and Bance, Inglewood. Delilah was very accomodating with the Sunday Times photo shoot and yep we were disappointed that she wasn't mentioned in the final cut.
She Seldom Blushes, Fremantle. Fern has been wonderfully positive since the day I met her and helped out with the Community Paper photo shoot.
Broken Doll, Fremantle. Annette has been a trooper, also helping out with the Community Newspaper photo shoot.
Miss Betties, named after a chook but hey. Deb has been supportive from the beginning, I think this will be a big day out for her.
Smith and Bird, Mandurah. Lara, I knew from the Perth Markets, she's been fantastic with support, ideas and just bumping into each other.
Benswick Vintage. I made contact with Sarah and Connor after seeing their work at the Red Feathers Fashion Parade. It will be exciting to see more of it next Sunday!
Hey Joe Retro, anyone living around Fremantle would know Helen's shop on South St.
Kate Laurendi's Cupcakes, she tee'd up this time with friend Danica, get in quick they don't last long.
Two Timing, East Fremantle. Liz got all excited when she finally decided to join us.
Tumbleweed and Beleza, Marina and Claire have helped out with promotion, looking forward to meeting them.
Martha and Lilly, looking forward to the handbangs from Cindy and Kris.
Dark Nouveau Jewellery, Helen has been great at spreading the word among our alternative community.
Tania and Katherine's Vintage Clothing, interesting combination this one.
Lisa McDiarmid Jewellery, looking forward to her vinyl and cassette creations.
Sewanista, Malaga. Sandra has been wonderful with ideas, her connection with TCFWA and contacts. Watch out for her vintage buttons.
Anita Gadenne, upcycled and refashioned.
Red Feathers and a Hula Skirt, Melville. Mel and Kerrie have spread the word, spiced up our flyer and will be very active on the day. Watch out for Kerrie's fabrics and patterns.
Batty Bags, Just Hanging Around and N Gear. Had several interesting phone calls with Rose and Jan, look forward to seeing their ensemble.
Pom Pom Vintage, will be great to meet Nicolette.
Birdie Loves Pie, women's and men's vintage gear from Jeremy.
Leah Tarlo, retro gear she's been collecting for years.
Rebecca Gianetti, retro gear she's finally letting go of.
The Bean Runner, Fair Trade Coffee for a fair day's trading I think.
Morph Me, Genna and her daughter will be available to advise us all on those individual image tips.
Vintage Vixens and Vamps, local, national and international delights from Maureen and Georgina.
Next week is the culmination of 3 full months of creating this event from scratch. We have met some wonderful people along the way, wrestled with too many ideas and started to put together what comes next. My apologies for not capturing all the wonderful things about your stalls, my head is a little overloaded with putting together my own stall for this weeks Craft and Quilt Expo as well as completing as much as possible for our own event. I noticed the latest comment on our event is something about it being so exciting. I totally agree. We may not have got it all perfect but the momentum and enthusiasm is there, and as a Vintage Vixen I am looking forward to introducing other vixens into the stylish and sumptuous world of vintage and retro fashion so that they too may feel as fabulous as our vamps and ... what's the name for vamp men? Speaking of which we had a question during the course of our preparation asking if it was worthwhile for lads to come along? I can now confidently and enthusiastically say yes! So come along everyone, enjoy the day, have fun with Swishing, feast your eyes on the fashion parade, and walk out with a new wardrobe. And don't forget, if you come along with one quality item to hand over you go into the draw for $100 gift voucher with Winifred and Bance.