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Sunday Series | Freddie Rose, Founder, Vintage Threads

We caught up with Freddie Rose, Co-Founder of iconic pre-loved fashion brand, Vintage Threads; to find out what Sunday means to him.  Founded on a love for vintage pieces and the unique form of self-expression they offer, Vintage Threads has evolved from a side hustle during Freddie and co-founder Charlie's time at Newcastle University, into a nationwide brand with flagship stores in London and Manchester. Scroll down to find out what he told us. 

Freddie Rose - Vintage Threads

 

TELL US A BIT ABOUT VINTAGE THREADS

Our mission is to provide a sustainable alternative to traditional high street fashion through our highly curated, preloved collections.. We sell a range of streetwear, designer, sports wear across our stores. I still pinch myself that we even have a shop in Covent Garden because it’s been a dream since forever to have a vintage shop and to see people engaging with your pieces.

DESCRIBE YOUR PERFECT SUNDAY
It’ll probably start out with a bit of a work out. I'll try and get an F45 session in and then take a little walk up to Primrose Hill, get some brunch and then head back and ideally watch Man United and we get 3 points (although that’s usually the bit where the whole Sunday falls down to be honest). 

WHO DO YOU SPEND SUNDAYS WITH?
My fiancé also runs a business so we try and keep Sunday as our sacred day - so yeah, I always love to spend time with her. If I’m watching the football, I'll probably be with my dad or one of my mates. 

Vintage Threads store
GO TO SUNDAY OUTFIT?
I’m a bit of a mood man when it comes to dressing so it depends on what mood I wake up with... Sunday is definitely on the wholesome side of my 7 outfits of the week though - I’d probably say a pair of adidas trackies and maybe a rugby shirt.

WHAT DOES SUNDAY MEAN TO YOU?
Taking a bit more time over the coffee I have feels like a Sunday for me - it's all about slowing down and taking time for the body, calling home, chatting to my parents, my sister – she’s just had a baby so checking in with them too. 

SUNDAY COCKTAIL?
I don’t like anything too fancy, just a nice refreshing drink - I love a Tom Collins, probably something like that or a Spritz I’d say. 

SUNDAY EVENING SPOT?
We’ve been trying to get into our boujie cinemas recently. Get a cheeky cocktail in, watch a film and elongate the evening rather than getting the Sunday blues..

 Watch the interview here.