From vintage Pucci to Feraud, Halston, Oscar De La Renta, Diane Von Furstenburg, Aigner, Carolina Herrera, Bill Blass, Oleg Cassini and more, this collection is truly any fashionista’s dream come true. For a rare chance to own a piece of your favourite designers’ earlier work, and to ponder the evolution of their style, and marvel at the artistry of their craft, you must pay a visit. Especially since every piece in the collection is a hard-to-find gem that’s more likely to be found in private collection or an exhibition than in a store, and money alone cannot guarantee that you’ll find another.
Perfect for any fashionista looking for something truly special to make an entrance in for the year-end festivities, or just for something that you will love and appreciate for years to come. The charming new shop has expanded to twice its previous size, and boasts an extended product range including a new men’s vintage section with clothing and accessories, and a greatly expanded selection of handmade accessories from indie designers around the globe. That’s in addition to the well-loved women’s vintage clothing and accessories that we are known for, all one-of-a-kind and lovingly handpicked and brought in from the US, Australia, UK and Japan.
Style in clothing has always encompassed a wide range of apparel. How we dress ourselves and what we wear tells the people around us a lot about who we are. Clothing has always been subject to change based on the dictates of fashion and whims. Some things however, about clothing, don’t change. Quality.
Quality clothing will always be in demand. And as they say, they don’t make them like they used to. Yes, I’m speaking of vintage clothing, which in Asia has the stigma of being “cast-off” or “used”. Don’t be a fool! There’s nothing like owning a pre-loved garment of impeccable style… a real one of a kind design that will make you stand out from the clone crowds of the Gap and whatnot.
Never been to a vintage shop? Well, here’s how it works at most vintage clothing stores: Customers bring in their old clothes, which the vintage store then buys, cleans up (maybe) and re-sells. Here’s how it works at Dejà Vu Vintage: There exists only one of each precious piece, each item is personally selected, and imported from the U.S, Europe, Australia or Japan. We are talking about gorgeous vintage fashion finds from the 1940s to 1980s, and get this, sold from a pushcart. Such a location offers vintage fans an option for quality vintage fashion at anytime, without having to hunt down flea markets, when they can be found.
The fashion forward appreciate that there’s no danger of the “turning up in the same dress” syndrome. Dejà Vu Vintage is known for its excellent variety of apparel at modest prices, including vintage and antique garments along with accessories from the 1980s and before. They are committed to consistently bringing you the best quality and quantity of vintage apparel worthy of your closet. Though prices of vintage clothing can range widely, most of their items are well within your budget. You’ll appreciate their personal service and great collections, which change frequently!
– Dejà Vu Vintage is located at: Phone: +65 6333 6630, Web: http://dejavuvintage.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Address: #01-18 The Cathay, 2 Handy Road, Singapore 229233, (Picturehouse at Dhoby Ghaut), Operating hours: Sun – Thur, 12pm to 9.30pm, Fri & Sat, 12pm to 12am For more information, please contact Kelly Yeo at +65 9767 9005