Houston we have a problem!
Oh no we don’t we have a vintage lover!
History and a love of old things usually go hand in hand – especially as we start looking for the story behind the items we collect.
So it’s not surprising that a woman with a love of space history also loves mid century modern.
This week, it’s my pleasure to introduce you to the woman behind Vintage Space Amy Shira Teitel.
He’s the first Australian musician since the 1950’s to release a 78 gramophone record.
He embraced his love of vintage fashion when he was still in high school.
He’s got a collection of over 5 thousand 500 gramophone records.
And he even has his own orchestra!
He is Andrew Nolte.
Put on your dancing shoes, prepare for a history lesson and suit up – we’re off to Napier New Zealand.
It’s a town full of Art Deco design and is the new home town of this weeks guest Tamsin Smith, aka Tammy Twinkletoes.
Some people have a knack for bringing people together.
For making people feel welcome and like they belong.
Sugar St Claire is one of those people!
This weeks guest is beyond amazing.
She’s an author, model, documentary maker, academic, keen historian, collector and so much more!
But did you know that Tara Moss has a love of old things
Find out more in our latest episode.
We spent the weekend with the finalists of Pinup Doll Australia 2017!
Congratulations to all the incredible women who broke all the fundraising records, doubling the target of $11,000.
And to the winners:
Miss Kelly the Flying Pinup: Pinup Doll Australia 2017, Best Hair, Best Wardrobe and Best Makeup
Miss Jessi Leigh: Pinup Doll Australia 2017 Runner Up
Miss Maple May: Best Talent
Miss Ruby Alabaster: Peoples Pinup and Miss Charity
Miss Bambi L’Amour: Miss Congeniality.
You can go behind the scenes in our latest episode.
(Photographer Mark Greenmantle)
Ladies and gentlemen this is your captain speaking. Please ensure your seams are straight, hat is in the upright position and that you are ready for the ride of your life.
It’s time to meet The Flying Pinup.