Deborah Woolf Vintage and Archive

We are happy to announce our NEW shop at 24 Church Street, London NW8 8EP (2 doors up from my old one) in the destination antique quarter of Church Street NW8.
My archive studio and additional collections
is available by appointment for fashion, costume and textile designers
OPENING HOURS (from July 2018): Weds to Saturday 11am to 6pm, other hours by appointment. Contact details, see below.

For all personal or styling vintage enquiries, costume or fashion design research appointments and to leave your details for updates on sales, events and Pop Ups, please message me via the 'Contact' form page here or email: mail(at) or leave a message on: 0207 723-2779

Deborah Woolf  is go to resource for many stylists, fashion, costume and textile designers, from global couture houses to the high street, who are looking for design inspiration or for film, TV and theatre costumes, as well as the individual looking for a beautiful, wearable vintage clothing, jewellery and accessories. Her shop opened in 2008 after many decades of collecting and selling.
Deborah's extensive fashion history, styling experiece and passion for her collection provides a personal, knowlegdable and creative resource.  









I stock stylish, eclectic and unique vintage fashion with bold accessories and collectables from the 1860s to the 1980s - from folk costume to deco, CC41 and 1940s daywear and gowns with big collection of 1960s & 70s British Boutique designer fashion (Ossie Clark, Biba, Jean Muir, Jeff Banks) alongside American, French & Italian designers from the 1940s to the 1970s.

Handbags - 1920s beaded evening bags, 1950s leather and crocodile, 1960s and 70s chic and mod day and evening bags, novelty box bags, Enid Collins and vanity suitcases and compacts. From designers including Gucci, Dior, Whiting and Davis.
- I specialise in 1960s & 70s statement jewellery - bold modernist and striking pendants, earrings, clamper and chunky link braclets including Givenchy, Trifari, Dior, YSL, Karl Lagerfeld...
Plus 1920s-50s rhinestone necklaces, chokers, vintage wedding jewellery and novelty figural pendants and brooches (owls, poodles, lions, butterflys..etc) and deadstock novelty brooches and earrings.

Recent Press 
"A fantastic place with first-rate collection of women's vintage clothing, beautifully organised and presented; the love of these items is palpable and it's easy to imagine a certain regret when treasured items are sold....Prices are very competitive and there are always lots of affordable pieces"
Extract from review in The Rough Guide To Vintage London


Deborah Woolf Vintage Studio remains in the antique district of Church Street NW8. The shop opened in July 2008, closing (until new premises are found) in August 2017.

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 For antique folk costume to avant-garde clothing and accessories from the '20s to the 80s..specialising in 1960s & 1970s pieces by Ossie Clark, Granny Takes a Trip, Biba, Janice Wainright, Jean Muir, Jean Varon, Givenchy, Gucci, Dior, 70s Laura Ashley, Bus Stop, Liberty and many British boutque designers as well as unsigned wonders in all sizes.   Fabulous signed and unsigned costume jewellery from the 20s to 70s- specially 60s and 70s Givenchy, Cardin, Trifari and more. Plus original paintings, photographs and fashion prints from the 1920s to the 1970s.

DEBORAH WOOLF ARCHIVE : Film, TV costume designers & stylists, please contact to visit our studio archive collection by appointment.

Deborah Woolf Vintage is featured and works with the fashion industry's secret weapon - WGSN. The global fashion trend forcasting and reporting resource.

Deborah Woolf Vintage supplied vintage  jewellery, shoes, bags, scarves, fashion magazines & more to the V&A museum exhibition shop for their landmark  exhibition "The Golden Age of Couture, Paris and London 1947-57" plus 60s to 70s costume jewellery for this years 'Cold War Modern' exhibition shop.
We also supplied vintage clothing and accessories for costume or as inspiration in many films, TV series, theatre and opera including:
'THE CROWN' - the 2016 Netflix series.
'STAR WARS - THE FORCE AWAKENS' 2015. Aclaimed costume designer Michael Kaplan bought pieces from Deborah to inspire costume for the film.
Other films include: Quentin Tarantino's 'Inglorious Bastards', Richard Curtis 'Rock the Boat',  Ricky Gervais's film 'Cemetary Junction';  X-Men: First Class and Dustin Hoffman's Directorial debut 'Quartet'
; BBC TV series 'Merlin' and many others.


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