Vintage with Love is the dream of two savvy, fashion-forward women doing their part for the community by incorporating fashion and charity into one fun event, a vintage fashion sale.  So often we wish to do our part for charity but can’t find the time. Vintage, with Love is a platform for women everywhere to be a part of a project to raise money for reputed literacy programmes – by simply clearing out their wardrobes. Vintage with Love is inviting generous women in Johannesburg, Cape Town and elsewhere in South Africa, as well as designers and boutiques, to donate their once loved fabulous fashion items to a good cause.

The idea is to collect beautiful clothing, shoes and accessories that are not worn any more but are still in perfect condition. All the vintage garments collected will be sold at vintage fashion pop up sales, where the public can come and buy beautiful vintage goods to add to their personal collections. All the proceeds will be donated to literacy charities.
Please share all the fun updates on this page with your friends so that they are also inspired to become involved.

The women who started it all: 

Leigh Ord is a teacher by training and with her background in education, a charity fundraiser to sponsor literacy training was a no-brainer. Leigh’s charity credentials are also impeccable. A co-founder of the Charities Unlimited Golf Day, Leigh and the other committee members have raised more than R5-million over the past 20 years for distribution to charities around South Africa. Leigh has always had a passion for fashion and has over the years collected pieces that today her daughters (20 years later) are now wearing.

Jacquie Myburgh Chemaly is a former journalist and communications consultant in the field of decor, design, fashion and food – in short, all things lifestyle-related. She was editor of Business Day Wanted, ELLE, Style, Food & Home Entertaining and VISI, and now co-owns The Makery Collection jewellery business. Jacquie is an avid consumer of vintage fashion.


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Just R50 will keep a child in a literacy programme for 1 week.

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