The Toulouse Vintage fair returns for a special Christmas edition in an emblematic monument
He is back. After six successful editions and thousands of visitors, the Toulouse Vintage living room returns for a new special Christmas edition. And this, to the delight of lovers of fashion and vintage design. Saturday November 26 and Sunday November 27, they will have all day, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., to unearth rare gems.
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50 vintage exhibitors for a responsible Christmas
This weekend, bargain hunters from the Pink City will have a rendezvous at one of Toulouse’s most emblematic monuments: the Hôtel Dieu Saint Jacques. Two dedicated spaces will be devoted to the sale within the walls of this treasure of Toulouse heritage. The opportunity to discover rare pieces in an unparalleled historical setting.
On site, more than 50 exhibitors will offer their best selections for gifts steeped in history. And there will be something for everyone. Fashion, upcycled creations, vintage furniture and decoration… Enough to prepare ethical gifts for a responsible Christmas, because that is the objective of this edition. Audrey Quenin, organizer of the event explains:
In our opinion, vintage is the future of automotive consumption, it allows objects to be given new life while offering items of lasting quality with a unique design. We’re betting it’s the perfect Christmas present.”
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Vinyl bar, vintage photo booth, furniture makeover
On the program, the show will be punctuated by numerous events to the rhythm of period music that will resonate in the Hôtel Dieu. Among the novelties this year: a vinyl bar, a vintage toy stand, makeover of old furniture. Bargain hunters could also immortalize the moment with the vintage photo booth installed on site.
“Green workshops” will be offered throughout the weekend for young and old. On the program: snow globe, making a lunch box kit or even a mini-greenhouse. Workshops without reservation. Visitors could eat on site, in particular, thanks to the presence of two food trucks.
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