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Issue 2 of Zelda : The Magazine of the Vintage Nouveau!



Hello All!

The second issue of Zelda : The Magazine of the Vintage Nouveau has arrived! We have some amazing features in this issue...the cover girl is Doris Eaton Travis- the last living Ziegfeld Girl! She was in the Ziegfeld Follies from 1918-1920, and I was lucky enough to interview her for Zelda! (It was truly an amazing conversation...you will love it!) Here is a list of the features in the current issue:

COVER STORY : Like a Melody: Doris Eaton Travis (interview)
A True Classic: Robert Osborne (interview), Marsha Hunt: On Golden Era Fashion (interview) , Cocktails : The Red Velvet Sling: Dead Men Tell No Tales, But Their Spirits Do!; Pincurling Tutorial, A Dress Shoe for the Man of Action (in 1922), Illustrations by Fyodor Pavlov, Lawrence Gullo, and Joslyn Zoe, Gelber & Manning, Vicky Butterfly : Vintage Burlesquer, Sage Advice : Mister Burton, Vintage City 101: Los Angeles, On the Town (vintage event photos)

I would love to hear what you all think if you order the magazine!

You can find Zelda online at http://www.zeldamag.com !

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If any of you are in the NYC area, we're having an AMAZING launch party this Saturday for the second issue of the magazine. It's called 'The Moonlit Frolic', and there is information at http://www.clubwitsend.com . We will be featuring a showing of authentic Follies costumes, live music, prizes, and more ;) I would love to meet some of you stylish NYC vintage lovers!
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More new kitchen additions

It is ironic, I hate to cook (love to bake though) yet, I am obsessed with creating my ideal vintage kitchen. Here are a few of my latest finds:

Canisters-

Untenil tin and paper towel dispenser-

Shelf with vintage kitchen tools-
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I meant to do this earlier, but I've been busy....

I recently acquired a 1948 GE Stratoliner Electric Range... for $50! It's not perfect, but it is working order, and only needs some minor cosmetic work. Excuse the pic quality, was taken with my phone.


With the fluorescent light on. :)

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Vintage clothing tailor in Richmond, VA

This is a pretty specific question, but I'm hoping someone might have a recommendation. I recently have moved to Richmond, Virginia (USA). I have also lost weight which means a lot of my vintage dresses don't fit quite right anymore. Taking them to any old tailor just makes me a little bit nervous. Does anyone know of a tailor in Richmond that has a good knowledge of vintage clothing? Thanks so much!
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