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As seen on shows like Dukes of Melrose and L.A. Frock Stars, Los Angeles is the epicenter of vintage fashion. From high-profile boutiques to flea markets to hole-in-the-wall havens, our city has a must-stop shop for just about every throwback fan. Pop-ups are also popular, especially A Current Affair's seasonal marketplace.
This Saturday, March 23rd, a penthouse at DTLA's Cooper Design Space will be transformed into a retro wonderland with over 40 exhibitors, making it A Current Affair's biggest show to date. KCRW DJ Marion Hodges will lay down the shopping soundtrack, HiStyley will hook up street-style snaps and Ceviche Project will provide fuel in the form of gourmet bites. Snap up general ($10) and early ($20) admission tickets online or at the door. See you there!
· A Current Affair [Official Site]
· A Current Affair's Vintage Mecca Pops Up in DTLA This Sat [Racked]
· Inside The Way We Wore's Retro-Tastic Series Premiere Party [Racked]
· Shop Decades' $150 Shoe Sale Online During Dukes of Melrose [Racked]