Best Vintage Shop
Red Rose Vintage
Red Rose Vintage is hard to miss. Five years ago, owner Amy Rose found her pop-up vintage shop a permanent home (well, sort of permanent) — inside a 1976 Airstream. You’ll find her parked everywhere from 424 King St., next to Blue Bicycle Books, to pop-up markets at places like The Royal American and Park Cafe. But, working inside an RV has its quirks. “Every time you crank that thing, you just keep your fingers crossed,” Rose joked. “But, it’s so unique — the fact that it’s an Airstream with an engine in it and it drives — it’s not a pull-behind, I think it just gives such a cool experience.”
And, the products inside are just as unique. Rose and her team of buyers, some of whom live across the country, spend every day chasing down the most interesting vintage products to give buyers access to one-of-a-kind items and encourage sustainable fashion.
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