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Vintage Wonders – Copenhagen

Generator Copenhagen joined the wonders of vintage with a Boutique 2 Boutique exhibition from the 18th February until the 18th March. For 4 full weeks past trends, classic dresses and stylish hair pieces where displayed at the hostels’ own exhibition space.

The classy mannequins attracted many curious Danes and travellers and Generator started the vintage mania with a classy get-together.

Copenhagen Boutique 2 Boutique

 


Here is what the vintage lovers said…

Viva Vintage!

In February Generator Hostel launched an exhibition, where several of the city’s second hand and vintage shops showcased their beautiful dresses. It seemed like a perfect opportunity for CPH treasures to show the flag. We have, after all, made a guide to all of the city’s second hand shops, so why not?

It was a special night for CPH treasures in many ways. We have never been out as a single unit in this way before, but it was really really cool! More more! Some days earlier had Pauli who is a owner of FN92 (one of the shops that exhibits) written to us and told us all each had to choose a headpiece from his business and then wear on the night.

Oh yes – we felt very special. The good way special!

Vintage Headpieces

With lots of excitement we popped up on Generator, and we were completely shined up Vintage Style!

At the party we met so many interesting people from the Copenhagen Vintage world. We met so many cool people, – I was exited to meet the beautiful blogger Pia Storm who runs the Danish blog: Storms Magazine. A blog is totally dedicated to the timeless vintage universe. I love it!

Vintage wonders

Besides, we both talked and partied with a lot of Generators guests. It’s always great to talk with the city’s tourists and that’s exactly why it was the perfect setup for me that night. Together with my girls at a party dedicated to what breathe. What more could I ask for?

This blog is written by Julie Ingstrup, who initiated the website CPH treasures.


Check also WETreasure - blogpost in Danish about Generator’s vintage wonders, A Touch of Vintage by Matthew James Harrison and Love you Meantit by Michelle Exarhos.

And if you cannot get enough of the vintage invasion at Generator Copenhagen, this is how it looked.

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