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Hello Sailor Vintage Markets

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June 22, 2012
10:00 amto9:00 pm
10:00 amto9:00 pm

Why get something new when you can get it second-hand? It takes one of refinement to appreciate the intriguing, complex odor of a pre-worn boot, or the erotic subtleties of a strategically placed rip in the crotch of a pair of Levi’s. But most importantly, the stories behind an earring, or handbag, or that taffeta prom dress, still slightly crumpled from the time it was strewn on the floor of a 1979 Volvo during a passionate night of teenage love-making that probably resulted in you being born.

Adopt something pre-loved at the Hello Sailor vintage market when it returns to Shot Tower Square at Melbourne Central on June 22nd – 24th and July  13th -15th. There are stacks of old vinyl records and vintage clothing, and with items beginning at around the $5 mark you won’t have to bust your Velcro wallet.

WHEN: Friday 22 June – Sunday 24 June and Friday 13 July – Sunday 15 July
WHERE: Shot Tower Square, Melbourne Central, cnr La Trobe and Swanston Street, Melbourne
WEB: facebook.com/events/277749355656227/


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