Wonderland Vintage

January 3rd, 2011 by Hayley  |  Published in Headline, News  |  2 Comments

A vintage pop-up shop, supported by One of a Kind is manifesting itself in the Darley Street store for two brief weeks only! Opening on New Years day the shop will be jam packed with hand selected vintage gems by Addison Marshall of Surry Hills Markets fame. WONDERLAND aims to offer vintage pieces with wearability and individuality in mind.

With over ten years experience in the vintage game, Addison states “A vintage piece for me must look and feel relevant to now……. and must be able to work with items that people already have and cherish”. The WONDERLAND selection will include womens wear - dresses, tops, skirts, shorts and swimwear. Women’s accessories - bags, belts, shoes and sunglasses. There will be a limited amount of menswear including tees, shoes and swimwear. Sprinkled amongst the vintage selection will be some unusual knick-knacks, vinyl and other collectibles. New stock brought out daily with prices that won’t break the bank.

WONDERLAND is open for two weeks only, from January 1st until January 15th in The One of a Kind store, 114 Burton Street, Darlinghurst. Entry is via Darley Street and trading hours are weekdays from 11am - 6pm and Weekends from 12pm - 5pm.


  1. Lactose Intoler-Art says:

    January 3rd, 2011at 3:19 PM(#)

    Wow, the idea of a hand selected vintage pop up shop sounds amazing. I wish there was more of a vintage selection where I’m from, although we do have one treasure of a vintage shop in Oklahoma City. But I feel like finding truly unique men’s vintage is so hard to do! I wish I could check this shop out!

  2. Lactose Intoler-Art says:

    January 3rd, 2011at 3:20 PM(#)

    So cool! The idea of a vintage pop-up shop sounds amazing. Here in Oklahoma City, its hard to find really good vintage, especially men’s, although we do have one treasure of a vintage shop here. I wish I could check this out! Cool.

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