Randolph Roundup: See pics from the July Markets
Summer continues!! Our July market was a sultry sensation, filled with tropical punches of color and style as you can see from the photos below! We invite you to tag us when your finds make it to their permanent spot in your homes or offices. And speaking of offices, this month we feature our “Back To Cool!” market with items to organize so you can get down to the business of working, studying and strutting your intellect and love of vintage style! See you next weekend and stay cool in the meantime 🙂
What a fab time we had at our Tropical Punch market!
See highlights from the July Market!
Did you mark your calendar yet for our August market on the 24+25??
Designers and friends tag us with their fabulous finds!!
News of the Vintage Day
GET TO WORK:
Check out the live/work space photos from our Designer Duet of Karen Carpino — Carpino Design and Jenny Martell — Martell Interiors – vintage typewriter, books, globe and modern desk lamp. Just add comfy stylishly upholstered cushions to this chair and pop in some color with these beautiful wooden pair.
Randolph Street Market: “Vintage T-Shirts … Always Classic, Always New” by Nena’s Notes
When I started thinking of doing this post I really didn’t realize how many twists and turns this ordinary undergarment would take over the years and end up becoming a part of virtually everyone’s wardrobe as well as collectibles.
FORBES: Here’s An Inside Look At This Weekend’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
A veritable orgy for automotive enthusiasts, it’s officially car week in and around Monterey, California. Those who make the trip will see some of the most beautiful, rare, and wonderful cars ever built on display in multiple events held over the next six days.
PENN LIVE: Dorothy hit the yellow brick road 80 years ago: Vintage photos of ‘The Wizard of Oz’
“The Wizard of Oz” premiered on Aug. 12, 1939, at the Strand Theater in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. According to Wisconsin Public Radio the film enjoyed five days of sold-out shows.
ROADTRIPPERS: A Dirty Shame: The tale of a vintage sweater, a backcountry bar in Montana, and a stranger named Willie
The Dirty Shame Saloon lives up to its name: Its interior is dark and wooden, with exposed beams and cattle skulls. Men in cowboy hats are eating chicken wings at a low table. Christmas lights made of shotgun shells hang above the bar while the television plays sports. A Jim Beam sign on a door is riddled with bullet holes. Hundreds of names are carved into the wooden walls, some of them by what must’ve been a chainsaw.