HIGH STREET POPS UP AT VINTAGE AT GOODWOOD FESTIVAL
12-Aug-10by Annie Byrne
A pop up high street has been erected at the first Vintage at Goodwood event. Organisers say it will help its “celebration of creative British Cool” and "offer a festival experience for those who may not like the mud and grunge associated with others".The 300-yard street is in the middle of a West Sussex estate owned by Lord March, which also hosts the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The street is designed by Wayne Hemingway and will contain a John Lewis store, Oxfam shop and a Fortnum and Mason café."Vintage at Goodwood will celebrate five decades of British Cool by bringing together the music, fashion, film, art dance and design of the 1940s through to the 1980s," says Lord March. Other features will include a posh woodland camping experience, bands playing music from a variety of eras and catwalk fashion shows.Vintage at Goodwood takes place 13 – 15 August.