Wednesday, July 22, 2009

dirty pretty things

You are invited to...

A Terribly Wonderful VINTAGE Event
Sale * Party * Happy Times
@ The Brooklyn Parlor
72 Greenpoint Ave between Franklin and West
Greenpoint, Brooklyn
Sunday, July 26th, noon to 8 p.m.

You are invited to DIRTY PRETTY THINGS, a pop-up vintage market/party for one day only and the best way to turn a few bucks into treasure on a Sunday afternoon. The event is being thrown by Tessi & June, a Brooklyn-based duo whose company specializes in putting vintage fashions in line with contemporary trends. Come down to Greenpoint Avenue off of Franklin--the hippest drag this side of the East River--browse, buy, and do the twist and the moonwalk to vintage tunes spun by a killer roster of local DJs including DJ Tiny Pants (Love Brigade), Kids with Snakes, Daniel Casanova, and Miss June D. The artist J. Penry (check out his killer flyer attached) will be in attendance doing live portraits.

Apparel (vintage and a few new local independent designers), jewelry, knick-knacks, artwork, furniture, records and more will be for sale. Revamp your wardrobe with one-of-a-kind dresses, skirts, suits, ties, shoes, purses, jewelry, and more. From the 40s through the 80s, from prim and pretty to wacky, glam and fabulous, Dirty Pretty Things will feature carefully selected vintage from dealers from New York and across the country. All found under one roof at the Brooklyn Parlour on 72 Greenpoint Avenue, a salon from a bygone era that has retained its nostalgic aesthetic for the benefit of vintage fans everywhere. And it's one-day only, so don't miss it!

Tessi & June
Sammy Davis Vintage:
Love Brigade:
Donnaland from St. Louis:
Beauty Crisis:
Econo Graphics:
and more to come!!!

**Check out the awesome write-up on Dirty Pretty Things in this week's issue of Time Out New York!**

For more info email Tessi & June*:
For press inquiries email Sammy Davis:

*Tessi & June is a Brooklyn-based vintage clothing company. We plan special events and sales as well as sell vintage clothing to dealers and do retail at Brooklyn markets.

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