Thursday, 24 June 2010

Hampstead Theatre Programme

Sphere Magazine




"Alfies Antique Market brings its series of vintage celebrations to a close with a day devoted to the rebellious and experimental era of the 1960s-70s. As wells as the chance to buy wonderful items including 1960s cocktail rings or 1970s Murano chandeliers, you can enjoy music and readings and learn more aobut hthis creatively exciting period."

Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Time Out

Time Out's advert for Alfies 1960s - 1970s Nostaglia Saturday

Times Online

Article with items from Alfies, this one from Times Online about writer Josie Curran's houseboat which features a lamp and chair from dealers at Alfies.

Shopaholic

Shopping blog www.shopaholic.become.co.uk names Alfies in it's blogs to keep an eye on.

"The Alfies Antique Market blog is dedicated to sharing some of the wonderful gems and secrets that can found within this Aladdin’s cave. Find out about the market from the inside, hear about events, learn about different era’s and styles. The perfect blog for helping you source what you love in this veritable maze of a market!"

Thursday, 10 June 2010

Harpers Bazaar

June 2010
Fashion Insider - Charlotte Dellal
"Charlotte's Fashion File: I go to The Girl Can't Help It (www.thegirlcan'thelpit.com) in London for vintage."

Thursday, 3 June 2010

Collectors Companion

Summer 2010

Evening Standard

Homes & Property
Wednesday 2nd June 2010



"£100 million master plan to breathe life into one of central London's most run-down districts has been launched by Westminster council. The streets around Paddington Green and Church Street Market are within walking distance of Marylebone, Hyde Park, and Soho, but the area, divided by Edgware Road, has been blighted for generations.

Now Westminster has hired a team of consultants - Urban Initiatives, which is also drawing up plans to regenerate Stratford for 2012 - to reinvent the area over the next 15 years.

Early ideas include a Thai-style floating market on the Regent's Canal, with a new pier built for river buses and pleasure boats.

Church Street already has one of London's best antiques markets, Alfies, and the plan involves encouraging independent tradersw to create a warren of shops similar the The Lanes in Brighton.