Randolph Roundup: See pics from the Holiday Markets
Welcome to the new decade, we sure came roaring into 2020 and hope the energy continues! But before we get into hopes, dreams and wishes for the new year, we’d love to share some of the best pics and fave posts from our November and December “HOLIDAY MARKETS”! Enjoy and please make sure to visit our two upcoming events: 1) JAN 25 POP-UP at the new TIME OUT MARKET CHICAGO with a mini product sampling and 2) FEB 8+9 — “MY HEART’S DESIRE — our first full market of 2020 and a total love-fest of all things vintage, well-made and fabulous! After all, Randolph Street Market has been known for Sustainable Vintage Luxury since 2003. So what’s another decade but more style and more fun!
With love & appreciation, RSM
Holiday Market Magic!!
RSM Finds in Top Designer Spaces
News of the Vintage Day
Randolph Street Market: “Pearls… Always Classic, Always New” by Nena’s Notes
I have always been enamored with pearls and their association with fashion but there is so much more to them…the history is fascinating…from natural pearls to cultured, from Haute Couture, to Opera, to Royalty, to Art, to Romance, and on and on….whether a single strand or a extravagant bib the pearl has so many interpretations and is probably the true meaning of Always Classic, Always New….let’s look at some of the history of pearls…
FAST COMPANY: These vintage-style travel posters show favorite tourist destinations post-climate change
Vintage travel posters showed idyllic getaways with bold graphics: scenes of sunny California, underwater adventures teeming with marine life, and the crisp Alps covered in snow. But with climate change threatening all these environments, modern-day travel posters might show things a bit differently—the California countryside on fire, Queensland, Australia’s disappearing coral reefs, Switzerland’s Zermatt mountain with barely any snow, instead covered in patches of dry, brown grass.
JKC THE INDUSTRY AUTHORITY: Golden Globe Awards 2020: Nicole Kidman’s Vintage Omega Watch
No doubt the biggest takeaway from Sunday night’s Golden Globe Awards show was that statement necklaces ruled the red carpet.
But I personally was also drawn to a quieter jewelry moment—the impeccable Nicole Kidman clad in bright red Atelier Versace and a smattering of gold accessories including Hanut Singh dangle earrings (always a good choice, IMO).
And the subtle flicker of a slim, elegant vintage gold watch by Omega.
THE NEWSWHEEL: Vintage GMC Truck Transformed into Snowboarding Motor Home