Lucy in Disguise and a chat with Sarah Owen
I've asked Sarah until what decade does she considered vintage and she replied that at the moment even early 90's is vintage, mainly because 80's and 90's outfits are more affordable .
In fact the vintage trend is taken up by a lot of young girls who could barely afford a Chanel jacket or a Biba's pair of trousers and the 80's is something that doesn't break the bank account.
Another question I posed was, who are the customers at Lucy in Disguise and how old are they? Sarah replied that 25 to 35 years old is the age range of their customers, or at least the majority.
Sarah showed me few or her favourite gowns, some were very colorful or with elaborate details, the most beautiful one was inside a glassed cupboard, so for me difficult to take a picture, and this dress was completely covered in beads with exquisite embroidery work using mother pearls in different shapes. Below some pictures from LID and from the catwalk: