The Newport Show has announced that they will host a unique shopping booth of vintage fashion and accessory with Cameron Silver, ‘King of Vintage,’ Decades founder and author, Bravo TV’s ‘Duke of Melrose,’ and Fashion Director of H Halston and H by Halston. The previously scheduled Trunk Show with Cameron Silver at the Newport Historical Society is canceled due to this exciting development.
This is your opportunity to shop vintage fashion and accessories with a red-carpet stylist and television personality at The Newport Show. For anyone who loves vintage fashion, there’s something for everyone at this one-time shopping experience. Items range from belts and scarves to dresses, purses and jewelry. This unique opportunity takes place during The Newport Show’s hours Saturday, July 28 10am-6pm and Sunday, July 29 10am-4pm at St. George’s School Ice Rink, 375 Purgatory Road, Middletown, RI.
On Sunday morning Cameron Silver will discuss fashion at The Newport Show at 11am, with a book signing to follow. The Newport Historical Society is currently selling Silver’s book Decades: A Century of Fashion in the Museum of Newport History & Shop at 127 Thames St. Newport, RI, online at ShopNewportHistory.org with $1 shipping, and will be selling it at The Newport Show the day of his lecture. Members receive 20% off online and in shop.
You can purchase tickets to The Newport Show at TheNewportShow.com.
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