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1. (it) Piccolo chiosco [from Turkish kösk] — a small structure that houses various services (such as information services) in public places and is primarily used for the sale of newspapers, flowers, coffee, and the like.
2. This independent online and pop-up store, specializing in authentic vintage clothing, jewelry, books, and press from the '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, and early '70s, as they come in modern days.
The New Year Drop! Now at Occasioni Musicali Firenze:
French Brass Art Deco Rose Brooch, 1940s
American Vintage Brooch, USA, 1950s
Hand-painted with crystals
Blue Enamel Clips, France, 1970s
Fabulous Large Enamel Clips, France, 1970s
Dark blue and creme. D=3 cm
Glass in Copper Water Lily Brooch, Italy, 1930s
In excellent condition, the clasp was changed in the 1970s
Set: Black Enamel Brooch and Clips with Pearls, Italy, 1960s
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Our vintage jewelry and bijoux collections can also be found "live" at Occasioni Musicali in Florence, Italy.
This Week's Dress: Floral Dress with a Bow on the Back, France, 1960s
Buttoned with matching buttons in the front
Terno sleeves
Sewn-in belt with a bow on the back
Below-the-knee skirt
Notched collar
Size FR 40 (L), EU 38-40
(check the measurements in description)
Made of 100% Cotton

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“There’s so many things to study, new books to read, and certainly always ways to transform old ideas and to come up with new ones,” — Patti Smith

My name is Polina, and I am an assistant at OMus and a collector of vintage dresses and books. I specialize in the fashion and publishing industries of the 1920s—1960s.

Chioschetto is my project, created to learn myself and educate people, and therefore to find a wonderful and simply good place for vintage heritage in a rapidly changing world.

These guides will help you manage your Vintage garments effortlessly 🖤
How to: Wearing and Storing Vintage Garments
Curious: Dating the Garment
Have you ever thought, "How do they know the exact decade a garment belongs to?" Design is repetitive, so what are the clues? As a former journalist, I know how to find conclusive evidence!
How to: Washing Vintage
Some say, that with the real vintage garment (50 yo and older), you'd better keep it clean. But life is real and so are the struggles of getting rid of odors and soiling of your vintage clothing. Here are my rules...
The '60s, where it's always summer
Sneak peek of our bijoux collection from the '60s. Available at Occasioni Musicali this spring
French magazine Le Petit Echo de la Mode 1950sFrench magazine Le Petit Echo de la Mode 1950s
This Week's Reading: Le Petit Echo de la Mode 1950-52
Illustrated Fashion Magazine in French language
Le Petit Écho de la Mode is a French weekly women's magazine, founded in 1879 by Charles de Penanster, and discontinued in 1983.

The title was an almost immediate success, reaching a circulation of 300,000 in 1900 and over one and a half million copies a week by 1950, before disappearing. Called Le Petit Écho de la Mode from 1880 to 1955, then l'Écho de la Mode from 1955 to 1977 and Petit Écho de la Mode/Femmes d'Aujourd'hui from 1977 to 1983.

Le Petit Journal de la Mode was launched in 1878, with a circulation of 5,000 copies. A loss-making journal, it was taken over a year after its launch by Charles de Penanster, a young senator from Côtes-du-Nord, and his wife, née Claire Le Roux. It became Le Petit Écho de la Mode. Claire de Penanster became editor-in-chief under the pseudonym Baronne de Clessy. The paper defines itself as a weekly family newspaper, practical, mainly aimed at women, with an editorial line linked to social Catholicism, all with a very modest sales price.

In addition to fashion, which is featured on the front cover, daily life is covered through embroidery, cooking, education, good manners, and furnishing tips. At the time, following the defeat of Prussia in 1870 and the fall of the Second Empire the same year, France paid considerable war indemnities to Germany. In this time of crisis, desperate households found tips on how to improve their daily lives.