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Jeans: an american legend

  Jeans have been the most iconic garments of the XX century. The early models date back to the XIX century, in America: originally, they used to be the work clothing for miners, railway workmen, farmers and coyboys. The first "denim pantaloons" were produced by Levi Strauss & CO. in 1860. While the migration to the Promised Land was increasing and the living conditions were improving, in 1910 America was a self-sufficient and ...


New e-shop opening

We are pleased to announce that we have opened a new e-shop where you will find a wide selection of vintage garments, original military, Levi's vintage jeans and products of the most prestigious fashion brands including Chanel, Hermès, Dior, YSL and many others. To browse the new e-shop please click the following link: https://www.angelovintage.com 


Welcome to our Blog

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Jeans: an american legend   Jeans have been the most iconic garments of the XX century. The early models date back to the XIX century, in America: originally, they used to be the work clothing for miners, railway workmen, farmers and coyboys. The first "denim pantaloons"
New e-shop opening We are pleased to announce that we have opened a new e-shop where you will find a wide selection of vintage garments, original military, Levi's vintage jeans and products of the most prestigious fashion brands including Chanel, Hermès, Dior, YSL and many others. To browse the new
Welcome to our Blog Welcome to the new A.N.G.E.L.O.'s Blog. We will open the Vintage Palace's doors, telling you about its secrets, showing the new arrivals, the style proposals, new trends, deepening articles about vintage and much more.   Sign up for our newsletter to stay