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This Old Thing: The Vintage Clothes Show

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This Old Thing: How to Replace a Zip

Replacing a zip isn't as hard as you think it is. Vintage expert Jax shows you how to do it in five easy steps.

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This Old Thing

This Old Thing is an indispensable style handbook offering even more vintage hints, history and how-tos from the show

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S1-Ep6: LBD

Vintage newbie Kelly may have found that perfect dress for her anniversary

Profiles

  1. William Banks-Blaney

    William Banks-Blaney is one of the UK’s foremost vintage fashion experts, he travels the world finding high-end clothes from the…

  2. Dawn O'Porter

    Vintage-lover Dawn started her career after studying at Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) in Liverpool

  3. Arianna Cadwallader

    Arianna is a bespoke wedding dress maker and milliner with an expertise in identifying the history of garments and upcycling

  4. Charlotte Denn

    Charlotte is a make and mend seamstress who starting learning to sew from the age of four

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