‘Vintage Per Kilo’, so hot, the Dutch initiative. In Brussels, they keep in the meantime, on a monthly basis stop, for Ghent was the first time. The idea is simple: all clothes, regardless of how old they are, what brand, and whether it's a hat, sock or pair of jeans, cost eighteen euros a kilo. So, that means: t-shirts and blousejes to less than four euros - quite cheap, so. Pay happens on the scale.
That Gent was ready, it appeared this morning: just before the opening of the ICC, at ten o'clock, there was a row of about five hundred candidates sit in the sun. Looking for the most unique garment. The organization is extremely satisfied and has now been an option taken to the beginning of June a second edition of ‘Vintage Per Kilo’ at the ICC to organise.