This Vintage Pop-Up Is Giving Us Heart Palpitations!

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Fact: You can never have too much vintage. We've been known to go to the ends of the Earth (or just Palm Springs) to secure a must-have minaudière. But thankfully, L.A.'s a mecca for avid collectors of one-of-a-kind creations. With flea markets every weekend, high-end resale shops aplenty, and more Goodwills than we can count, there's a spot for every Angeleno, no matter his or her budget!
Well, whatever side of the spectrum your bank account balance may lie, we recommend you make your way downtown for the A Current Affair vintage show on Saturday. Not only will there be over 30 vendors selling their best merch, but KCRW's Marion Hodges will be on the ones and twos, doing what she does best. And, don't forget to arrive dressed to impress — HiStyley will be roaming around in search of the best street-style snaps.
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Sure, the entrance fee will set you back $10, but we think it's well worth the price considering there's no fee for the open cocktail bar. We can't think of a better way to spend our Saturday afternoon!
When: Saturday, October 6, 2 to 9 p.m.
Where: The Cooper Building, 860 South Los Angeles Street (at East 9th Street) Penthouse; no phone.
Photo: Courtesy of A Current Affair
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