Carnaby Street

By Tim Devitt

http://www.carnaby.co.uk/news/news_item.cfm?id=168

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This gallery was added by Tim Devitt on 19/03/2010.

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It's great how you are able to incorporate evdayery brands with designer brands and make it look like a million bucks! Many people often have the misconception that certain celebrities only can wear this brand, and only can wear that brand and can never be seen in 'day to day brands'. Love that you are able to use both ! and show people it is possible to still dress fantastic and mix and match vintage, high end, and middle.Love also how you are able to incorporate everything around you as inspiration, and show this through your style!sarah velasco.sarah@gmail.com

By Auth
On 20/03/2014

When I lived in Soho (Peter Street) in 1957/8, there as only one clothes shop in Carnaby Street, i.e. Vince, Man's Shop. All the other buildings had blind frontages. Vince was the only dash of colour in the whole thoroughfare. I used to cut through Carnaby Street on my way to work in Upper Brook Street, Mayfair. Happy Days!

By June Bastable
On 20/03/2014

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