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Frock Me! is the original London vintage fashion fair with a huge cult following. Vintage lovers spend hours browsing through rail after rail of amazing one-off finds. Fashion students looking for cheap, stylish bargains can find themselves rummaging alongside top models and celebrities. With prices starting at just a pound or two there is literally something for everyone. And when you are ready to drop from all your shopping, Frock Me! has the best little pop up vintage tea room in the capital set up for the day by Blackbird Tea Rooms from Brighton.

Frock Me!, is a pop up event that has changed and evolved over the years. It started out in Kensington in 1997 as "Adams Kensington Vintage Fashion Fair" then moved to Chelsea re-naming itself in the process. It's by far the oldest vintage fair in London with one or two of the original exhibitors who were selling at the very first fair back in the mid 90s. It's organised by Matthew Adams with several of his family members including brother Marcus, daughter Scarlett, son Hector, son-in-law Craig who with various other friends and all the lovely exhibitors together make Frock Me! feel like one large extended family.

Complimentary ticket to the original Kensington Vintage Fashion Fair

Matthew Adams, creator of Frock Me!, studied Costume & Theatre Design at Central School of Art & Design in the mid-1970s. He started selling vintage fashion in 1979 at the now defunct Swiss Cottage Market in north London and by 1981 had set up the thriving Stables Market in London's Camden Lock - still selling vintage fashion but embarking on his career as an organiser. He has recently opened a traditional 'vintage' tea room called Blackbird Tea Rooms in the Lanes area of Brighton selling the best scones and cakes on the south coast!