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Women’s Holiday Gift Guide from AMERICANA

Made in U.S.A. originals for 400 SEK or less!

  1. A-Z of Classic American Clothing Book 140 SEK
  2. Pendleton Skirt 300 SEK
  3. Cheerleader Sweater 400 SEK
  4. AMERICANA Tote Bag 140 SEK
  5. Retro Coca-Cola Sign 250 SEK
  6. 1950s Wool Dress 400 SEK
  7. Stone Harvest Brooch 275 SEK

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AMERICANA @ Vintage Tallinn This Saturday

AMERICANA will be at Vintage Tallinn in Estonia’s beautiful capital city this Saturday selling American vintage clothing that we have carefully selected for our Estonian friends.

We will have a large selection of  jackets, shirts and ladies’ items for all you American vintage lovers.

We’ll also be selling our recently released book A-Z of Classic American Clothing.  The author, Gina Holdar will be signing copies and offering special discounts off the list price on purchases of the book.

It will be our AMERICANA’s first time participating in Vintage Tallinn & we look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

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AMERICANA @ Tampere Vintage on Sunday

AMERICANA will be at Tampere Vintage on Sunday selling items from its collection of classic vintage clothing from the U.S.A.

The event is at  Pakkahuone in Tampere from 12-6 p.m. and will feature:

  • Dancing by Brownie’s Lindy Hoppers
  • Live music from The Lester Peabody & Mitja Tuurala Duo
  • An Interview with Gina Holdar, author of A-Z of Classic American Clothing
  • An Interview with the “Mekkoswäppi” vintage clothing swap group
  • A “Vintage Service Station” run by Mimosa Dedanann who will value and suggest ways to alter or clean vintage clothing pieces
  • Organ Grinder Teuvo Ylijoki
  • Roller Derby Skaters from Tampere’s Rollin’ Hos

Gina, Riika & Anna will be so happy to see you there!

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AMERICANA Is Coming To Finland

Friday, November 19th

The international premiere of AMERICANA’s book will be hosted in Finland!

There will be an interview with the author Gina Holdar, book signings, a DJ, food & drink, and a lotto to win several pieces from AMERICANA’s collection of vintage clothing.

Plus, everyone who purchases a copy of the book will get a free vintage bandana!

Sunday, November 21

AMERICANA will be selling vintage clothing from the U.S.A., which has been specially selected for the folks in Tampere!

The event is at  Pakkahuone from 12-6 and will feature dancing by Brownie’s Lindy Hoppers, live music from The Lester Peabody & Mitja Tuurala Duo, Organ Grinder Teuvo Ylijoki, roller derby skaters from Tampere’s Rollin’ Hos, two interviews with Gina Holdar and the Mekkoswäppi vintage clothing swap group and a “vintage service station” run by Mimosa Dedanann who will value and suggest ways to alter or clean vintage clothing pieces.

Suomi, Here We Come!

 

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A-Z of Classic American Clothing: The Book

A-Z of Classic American Clothing By Gina Holdar

I am currently finishing up a book with the working title A-Z of Classic American Clothing. You can click here to see a preview and leave feedback.

The book takes a light-hearted approach to uncover brief histories, facts, heritage, provenance and anecdotes about American clothing and brands that have made their way into mainstream modern wardrobes.

I think that this information is especially interesting for those who want to learn more about American clothing classics and their social context, which have origins dating back decades, even centuries. It should also be appealing to readers who want to investigate the elements that make up their persona and lifestyle.

AMERICANA aims to give you unique pieces of classic American vintage clothing and an interesting story to go along with it!

All comments and suggestions that you share are most welcome!

Gina

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