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Vintage festival gives more space to retail

Wayne Hemingway’s Vintage festival will extend its fashion retail offer at this year’s event in July.

This year’s pop-up Great British High Street – a key feature of the festival that has previously attracted names includinga John Lewis, Cath Kidston and Dr Martens – will feature more fashion retail, with additional directional brands and a greater variety of price points.

A Vintage spokeswoman said up to 19 pop-up retail units were available to a mix of heritage and high street labels. Fashion retail units will sit alongside a cinema, an old-fashioned pub and a beauty emporium.

The festival, founded by designer Wayne Hemingway, celebrates creativity in fashion, design, music and film across the decades. This year’s festival will take place at Boughton House in Northamptonshire from July 13-15.

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