Jan 17, 2018 | By Samuel Trotman
John Lewis will open a pop-up shop at the inaugural Vintage at Goodwood fashion and music festival. The temporary store, from the already vintage inspired aesthetic of the UK retailer, will be part of a vintage-style high street being erected for the festival, taking place in West Sussex from August 13-15. Vintage at Goodwood is a new festival founded by designers Geraldine and Wayne Hemingway celebrating the fashion and music of the 1940s-1980s. The festival popup shop will offer Make Do and Mend workshops (inspired by a WWII pamphlet), as well as selling a selection of products including Hunter wellington boots, vintage jewelry and haberdashery supplies. It will also contain bolts of 1950s-inspired fabrics and items from John Lewis’s Celia Birtwell and Joe Casely-Hayford for autumn 10 collaborations.
Above: John Lewis vintage inspired chair display
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