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I'm A Vintage Clothing Dealer

Meet San Francisco style maven Cicely Hansen, the owner of the renowned vintage clothing store Decades of Fashion in Haight-Ashbury. Hanson gives us a personal tour, models her favorite fashions from years gone by, and explains why vintage clothing is definitely not a costume.

100 Years of Shoes

Working with Mode Media, Cicely Hansen curated and styled this informative video featuring 100 years of stunning footwear!

100 Years of Hats

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100 Years of Purses

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Fabulous Flappers 1920s Fashion Show

Fabulous Flappers is Decade's of Fashion exclusive 1920s style dress line, designed and produced by Cicely Hansen. This fashion show was held at the de Young Museum and modeled by the lovely Decobelles.

Decades of Fashion by Big Review TV

Decades of Fashion is San Francisco’s premiere vintage specialty boutique, offering top of the line vintage and vintage designer clothing.

100 Years of Fashion: Revolutions

Throughout history, fashion and innovation have worked hand in hand. Microsoft celebrates the designs that defined each decade—from the artificial silks of 1910, to the zippers of the '30s, to stiletto heels of the '50s, and finally to 2016. So, what’s making headlines this year in the world of fashion? Watch to find out.

Decades of Fashion Fabulous Flappers fashion show presented by The Karma Society

Flash back in time to the rolling 20's where women first publicly smoked, had short and began to wear comfortable clothes. Dance with flapper girls as they Charleston down the runway in straight-line chemises with intricate beating and unique head dresses puffing on baby powder filled cigarettes.

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