Stop by and See Noble Savage Vintage at the Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show

Stop by and See Noble Savage Vintage at the Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show

along with 80 Vintage Clothing and Textile Dealers

FEB 6TH & FEB 7TH, 2015

MANHATTAN VINTAGE CLOTHING SHOW & SALE

Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show

Find us in Booth 19

Friday, Feb 6th – 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Saturday, Feb 7th – 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street
(Between 6th & 7th Aves)
NYC
Here’s a tiny little preview of the men’s and women’s Vintage Clothing and accessories that we will be packing for the show.

Men’s Knit Back Windowpane Plaid Vest by Bond Clothes Style Manor Sportswear

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1920s Tuxedo Tails and Trousers Bespoke

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1930s Woolrich Plaid Breeches in Grey with Red

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Late 1930s Black Net Dress with Soutache Trim

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ca. 1900 Blue Silk Brocade Cape with Fringe

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***Also look out for some lovely 1920’s and 1930’s pieces for both men and women,  purchased directly from the Boardwalk Empire Wardrobe Department.

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Noble Savage Vintage at the Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show

If you love vintage fashion and will be in the New York City area on October 25th and 26th, you will not want to miss the Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show.  This fabulous vintage clothing extravaganza features 90 vintage clothing vendors with a variety of designers, periods and styles.  

Noble Savage Vintage will once again be showing our best pieces from Victorian through the 1970’s.  

I hope to see you you there.  

Booth: 18 (first full aisle close to the dressing rooms)

METROPOLITAN PAVILION 125 WEST 18TH STREET (BETWEEN 6TH & 7TH AVES)

FRIDAY
OCT 25TH 2013
1:00 PM TO 8:00 PM
&
SATURDAY
OCT 26TH 2013
11:00 AM TO 6:00 PM

$20 AT THE DOOR / $15 ONLINE

http://manhattanvintage.com/shop/tickets/manhattan-vintage-clothing-show-sale-10-2013

Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show

Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show

I hope you enjoy this preview of a few pieces that will make their debut at the show.  Can’t wait for the show?  Stop by Noble Savage Vintage on Ruby Lane and Noble Savage Vintage  on Etsy to get your vintage fashion fix.  

1920's Silk Evening Gown

1920’s Silk Evening Gown

Late Teen's Day Dress

Late Teen’s Day Dress

1930's Lace Bias Cut Dress

1930’s Lace Bias Cut Dress

Late Victorian Overdress

Late Victorian Overdress

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Noble Savage Vintage As Seen On Boardwalk Empire

One of the more obvious perks of operating  Noble Savage Vintage out of NYC is the access to shows and events such as Manhattan Vintage clothing Show, which is just wonderful for connecting small business owners, such as myself to a world of clientele within film and television, theater and fashion as well as some pretty fabulous vinties.  

I have been very fortunate over the past few years to provide quite a few pieces to the team behind Boardwalk Empire.  Mainly tuxedos and waistcoats, which typically are not the easiest pieces to spot on TV.  However,  while watching the Season 4 Premier, I was extremely excited to spot  June Thompson, portrayed by Nisi Sturgis, wearing one of my favorite dresses during the Thompson family dinner scene.  This early 1920’s dress was sold last winter in near mint condition and is fabricated in an incredible forest green crinkled silk.  It’s bodice features a lovely hand done embroidery and there is the cutest little padded heart shaped pocket on the hip.  How thrilling it is to see one of my all time favorite dresses on one of my all time favorite shows!  Hopefully we will spot a few more pieces during Season 4.

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Ellen Kaye Dresses

I recently added this fun and fabulous 1940’s Conversational Print dress by Ellen Kaye to my shop Noble Savage Vintage on Ruby Lane. It is one of my favorite pieces and I just adore it’s quirky print, which consists of a repeat of swordfish and a ladies head. I typically see 1950’s dresses from this maker. I decided to do a little bit of research.

1940’s Ellen Kaye Conversational Print Dress

It turns out that the name has been around since 1922, trademarked by LANG-KOHN, INC. of  ST. LOUIS.   Apparantly , St. Louis was the origin of the junior apparel craze.   In 1926,  Lang-Kohn, Inc. would become the company, that manufactured the first junior size garments in the country.  I found quite a few Ellen Kaye ads in the Newspaper archives and thought I would share a few.

Sunday, October 03, 1926, Sioux City, Iowa

San Antonio Express – Sunday ,September 07 ,1930

Sunday, October 08, 1939, Paris, Texas

San Antonio Light December 10, 1943

Charleston Daily Mail – 2/18/1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cedar Rapids Gazette – Wednesday ,September 09 ,1959


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Noble Savage Vintage Loves Vintage For Men

Fall is the favorite Season here at Noble Savage Vintage.  Nothing beats the quality of the Vintage wools or the construction and detailing of vintage work and formal attire.  We have been working to increase our selection of quality menswear, some classic and some, really quite unique.  I have included a few of our more classic pieces from the Etsy Shop and the Ruby Lane Shop in this blog, but please do stay tuned as we have really only just begun!

I hope you enjoy.

See you soon!

Heather

Pendleton Plaid Work Shirt

1960’s Men’s Pendleton Tweed Sports Jacket

1960’s Olive Monogrammed V-Neck Sweater

Men’s Edwardian Frock Coat

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This One’s For The Fellas

Can you believe that it is already August?  Fall will be upon us before we know it, which means that it’s time for Noble Savage Vintage to get busy restocking our menswear.  I cannot wait to photograph all of the new tuxedos, morning coats, frock coats and wool work shirts.  The pieces below are new to the shop and represent  a sneak preview of what is coming.  Gentlemen, it’s time to start putting your formal wear evening kit together.  I hope these pieces inspire.

This is a phenomenal 3 piece men’s formal evening dress set with tailcoat, waist coat, and buckle back trousers.  This cut was popular around the turn of the century and will fulfill your Late Victorian and Early Edwardian needs.  You will be very pleased with the condition and quality as well as the many fabulous little details.

Turn of the Century 3-piece tux

Whether you are looking for stiff front, soft front, french cuffs or regular, I am working on a nice selection of men’s formal shirts. This formal Piqué bib shirt buttons up the back for a nice smooth look and has a large 16 1/2 neck.

Men’s Piqué stiff front full dress shirt, 16 1/2

I also have a nice collection of winged collars on the way, most 16-1/2. This is the first on the site.

Winged collar

You don’t see these every day. I have been adding formal and informal neckwear to both the Etsy and the Ruby Lane shops. This Silk cravat is late Victorian and is also one of my current favorites.

Victorian Black Silk Day Cravat/ Ascot

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The Vintage Box Purse

I had recently added quite a few box purses to my Noble Savage Vintage shop on  Etsy.  I hadn’t realized how many I have picked up over the past year and have really come to appreciate the diversity in materials and aesthetic.  Here are a few selections.  I hope you enjoy.

This purse features a pierced brass plated metal body with an opaque marbled grey plastic top and base and a clear lucite handle.

1950s Box Purse with Lucite Handle

This beauty is punched dull silver toned metal by MW Handbags. The lid handle and bottom are all a marbled grey lucite.
1950's Grey Box Purse

Cute and casual.  Brighten up you summer ensemble with this brightly colored woven box purse. Vegan Friendly.

1950s Bright Woven Vinyl Box Purse

This is certainly one of the more unique purses I have come across. Made entirely of stained glass, in the Gothic Revival style, this purse doubles as wearable art.

1960s Stained Glass Box Purse

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