'A Current Affair' Brings Extreme Vintage to Fashion's Night Out LA

LOS ANGELES--If you find yourself in serious need of a vintage fix on Fashion’s Night Out, look no further than “A Current Affair,” a one-of-a-kind vintage pop-up shop located in the penthouse of Downtown LA's Cooper Design Space. Conceived by vintage jewelry dealer Richard Wainwright and Scout’s Joey Grana, the two day shopping extravaganza promises to be a fashion forward approach to vintage with over 20 dealers selling rare, high end, and collectible pieces. Featuring everything from '50s era dresses to vintage inspired hats and headpieces to eyewear and jewelry, we have a feeling the items on display will be a far cry from your typical flea market wares.
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LOS ANGELES--If you find yourself in serious need of a vintage fix on Fashion’s Night Out, look no further than “A Current Affair,” a one-of-a-kind vintage pop-up shop located in the penthouse of Downtown LA's Cooper Design Space. Conceived by vintage jewelry dealer Richard Wainwright and Scout’s Joey Grana, the two day shopping extravaganza promises to be a fashion forward approach to vintage with over 20 dealers selling rare, high end, and collectible pieces. Featuring everything from '50s era dresses to vintage inspired hats and headpieces to eyewear and jewelry, we have a feeling the items on display will be a far cry from your typical flea market wares.
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LOS ANGELES--If you find yourself in serious need of a vintage fix on Fashion’s Night Out, look no further than “A Current Affair,” a one-of-a-kind vintage pop-up shop located in the penthouse of Downtown LA's Cooper Design Space.

Conceived by vintage jewelry dealer Richard Wainwright and Scout’s Joey Grana, the two day shopping extravaganza promises to be a fashion forward approach to vintage with over 20 dealers selling rare, high end, and collectible pieces. Featuring everything from '50s era dresses to vintage inspired hats and headpieces to eyewear and jewelry, we have a feeling the items on display will be a far cry from your typical flea market wares.

And it gets even better. They're kicking off Fashion’s Night Out with an open bar and DJ on Friday night. If you can’t make it downtown because of all the other events happening that night, be sure to stop by on Saturday.

Admission is $10 at the door, but with all the incredible vintage finds that await, we think you can splurge.

Related: The Low Down on Fashion's Night Out Los Angeles