Frankie 100 Vintage Fashion Show (1920s to 1940s)

I’m BACK from Frankie 100 in NYC! It was one of the best Lindy Hop weekends I have ever experienced and I think I will be basking in the glow of the weekend for quite a long time 🙂

While at Frankie 100 I had the honour of being able to help Stage-Manage AND be in the Vintage Fashion Show.

Frankie 100

It was a really well done show with fashions from the 1920s-1940s and also included were some wonderful reproduction designer outfits. Please enjoy and I’m near the end in the “Savoy” section wearing my 1940s fuchsia vintage gown (see below-Photo Courtesy of Colibri).

Frankie 100 Fashion Show-Photo Courtesy of Colibri

I just LOVE that I look like Ginger Rogers here!

 

Please click link below to be taken directly to the Fashion Show

 http://new.livestream.com/yehoodi/frankie100/videos/52093256

 

11 thoughts on “Frankie 100 Vintage Fashion Show (1920s to 1940s)

  1. How fabulously awesome!!! I love that your passion for dancing gives you the perfect excuse to travel. The Lindy Hop Exchange in Ireland that you mentioned to me, for example, would be so incredibly cool to go to. Even when we were in Dublin, I didn’t meet a single person who had any interest in vintage (or who wore it). I think that since then though (we left in early 2006), more of a vintage loving culture has emerged, which is wonderful and gives me something else to look forward to if we are ever able to make it back to the Emerald Isle again for a holiday.

    ♥ Jessica

    • When I went to Dublin I found a market that sold..not vintage but had a wonderful store that sold all these amazing reproduction dresses (one I bought). So I do think the scene is changing 🙂

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