BeespokeVintage

Classics and Custom Makes: 18th Century thru Modern Era

Fayetteville, North Carolina
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Note from shop owner A little public announcement that I will be “out of the office” for a short break all of next week (25 SEP - 1 OCT). I will likely not have access to any electronics or social media so please excuse the radio silence as I unplug.

I will be back 3 October and ready to hit the ground running!

In the meantime, feel free to continue to hit me up with comments, questions, commissions, etc. I will read them all when I get back and respond as soon as possible.

Love to all my people! 😍

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Sep 22, 2022

A little public announcement that I will be “out of the office” for a short break all of next week (25 SEP - 1 OCT). I will likely not have access to any electronics or social media so please excuse the radio silence as I unplug.

I will be back 3 October and ready to hit the ground running!

In the meantime, feel free to continue to hit me up with comments, questions, commissions, etc. I will read them all when I get back and respond as soon as possible.

Love to all my people! 😍

Rebecca Russell

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How it all began . . .

Honestly, I can't remember a time I wasn't fascinated with history and clothing. Perhaps it was from endlessly watching Les Miserables (Anthony Perkins) The Count of Monte Cristo (Richard Chamberlain), Gone with the Wind and countless other classics as a child. Perhaps it was watching my grandmother as she sewed dress after dress for me and my sister on her one and only sewing machine, a wedding gift from my Grandfather in the 1940s. Perhaps it was all the Jane Austen and Bronte books I read throughout my adolescence.

One thing is certain, historical costuming and curating is a foundational part of who I am. I see the world through clothing and fit and fabric and "wearable messages" and I am thrilled to death to be able to work in this crazy, creative, exhilarating industry.

Thank you for taking the time to visit my shop and my bio and I sincerely look forward to working with you on your historical clothing journey!

Rebecca

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  • Rebecca Russell

    Owner, Curator, Designer

    Creating historical clothing for others for over 30 years. Costumed productions at Synetic Theater and The Kennedy Center in DC. Revolutionary War, Civil War and WWII reenactor since age 12. Member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

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