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Rummage for Vintage

Rummage for Vintage

Vintage accessories are guaranteed to cause a sensation. A worn-out pouch, an embroidered silk scarf and a 1930s frock all score a few more points when you proclaim you rummaged through a brocante to find them. The thing is, you don't really know how to tell synthetic tulle from old fashioned lace. Book an appointment with the high priestess of vintage.


Charlotte is right at home in the Puces de Saint Ouen, Paris' most famous flea market. She knows how to humor the merchants, breathe life into tricky corset dresses and is a human encyclopedia of emblematic handbags. Follow her for a vintage visit of shuffling through trunks, tiptoing into boudoir-esque boutiques or inspecting Chanel and YSL pieces. Memorize her favorite addresses and come back later to rummage on your own time like an initiée.

Book your vintage tour of the Puces de Saint Ouen by phone +33 (0)6 12 62 31 70 or email c.meniaud@hautecuriosite.com
2 hour long vintage fashion tours every Saturday, Sunday and Monday: 35€





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