The Manhattan Vintage Show, a leading expo dedicated to vintage resale, is expanding its annual showcase for a three-day run in October.
Open to the public from October 20th to 22nd at the Metropolitan Pavilion, the date extension is a first in the show’s decades-long history. Gathering over 90 vendors for the city’s largest collection of vintage, the Manhattan Vintage Show brings together curators and collectors of secondhand designer, archival, and upcycled pieces.
"Extending The Manhattan Vintage Show to three days broadens opportunities for our dealers and shoppers, deepening our commitment to building an expansive community through vintage," co-owner Amy Abrams told FashionUnited. From textiles to accessories to clothing, attendees can expect to find selections from every fashion category.
The longer duration allows not only a larger range of sellers, but also the introduction of new dealers and exclusive collaborations. “This extension also paves the way for us to showcase exclusive collections, such as those by legacy designer Anthony Ferrara," said Abrams.
Curated by Abrams and Ferrara, staples from Ferrara’s closet will be available for preview at pre-loved fashion destination Regeneration in Williamsburg prior to the show. The capsule will later be available for purchase at the event.