For some of us, we find our love of vintage later in life after decades of trying to make skinny jeans and t-shirts feel right.
But for this weeks guest, the love affair with old things started when she was young.
Now it’s a fully fledged hobby, it’s helped shaped her career and helped her meet her husband and some of her closest friends.
Meet Michelle Coursey from My Vintage Love.
Photo: Emily Simer Braun
It’s amazing when two of your passions can come together!
This is what happens in this episode thanks to Richard Jones from the True Crime Historian podcast.
Just like you might collect vintage clothing, homewares or furniture, Richard collects stories of vintage criminals!
Alright hands up. Who here has tried one of those diets that seem to good to be true?
You are not alone. In fact people have been trying fad diets since the early 20th Century.
This week on This Retro Life we delve into vintage fitness and nutrition with Kitty Von Tastique .
Time to swap camper trailer wheels for roller skates.
It’s time for the last stop on our virtual vintage voyage month of June.
Today we have not one, not two but three incredible people for you to meet!
Ladies and gentlemen meet the Rollin’ Ragdolls!
Capetown Apartments Shanghai
Right now I am travelling through China with my husband and creative podcast soundboard Scott.
So what better to celebrate going on an adventure than to take you with me!
So this week on the podcast we are going on a walking tour around Shanghai with Patrick Cranley from Shanghai Art Deco.
For the month of June we are taking you on a virtual vintage tour of the world.
Each week you’ll meet someone who is living in vintage life in different countries. You’ll get to hear about their local vintage scene and be inspired by their retro events.
Our first stop is Barcelona, Spain to meet Miss Sixties Twist.
How big is your vinyl record collection?
There is no doubt there is something incredible about playing records with friends in our lounge rooms. But what if you could take your favourite records, head to a swanky bar and hit the turntables for the night.
Thanks to the Melbourne Record Club and Leif van den Dungen you can!