On behalf of our Etsy sister shop "LaOohLaLa Boutique", I'm thrilled that we are participating in New York City's United Palace of Cultural Arts Theatre raffle at their film showing of the 1949 movie "On the Town" by the charitable donation of one of our vintage 1940s romantic ads...a vintage original 1945 Manhattan Shirts advertisement from LaOohLaLa Boutique:
It's so exciting that their show is being nominated for Tony awards, and that there will be Broadway performers at the event! I'm delighted to see all of the other donated raffle items from fellow Etsy shops on the United Palace of Cultural Arts website. They all look like nostalgic gems and perfectly capture the theme of the film! Along with LaOohLaLa Boutique's donation pictured above, I'm pleased to present the other Etsy shop donated raffle items for this event here...
A vintage Frank Sinatra vinyl record like this one from Etsy shop "Timeless Tunes"!...I encourage readers to check out their other vintage Frank Sinatra vinyl records in their Etsy shop HERE!
...this vintage 1940s child's sailor top from Etsy shop MaryBethHale! There is an identical one available in her shop that is a size larger than the one donated and it can be admired HERE!
...this handmade articulated Gene Kelly paper doll from Etsy shop Pieces of Elise's!
...this vintage 1940s women's hat from Etsy shop Steele Hollow Vintage...I encourage all admirers to stop by her shop and check out her other stunning vintage millinery fashions!
...this set of vintage 1940s New York City tourism postcards from Etsy shop Debra's Attic! I encourage everyone to stop by Debra's Etsy shop to view her other New York souvenir postcards!
...this handmade etched metal Frank Sinatra wallet card by Etsy shop Madame Poindextra!
...and in LaOohLaLa Boutique, although I'm happy that we were requested to donate our vintage 1945 Manhattan Shirts advertisement (pictured at top), I think our vintage 1940s sailor themed sheet music set would complement the theme wonderfully!
...and lastly from our other Etsy sister shop "Storybook Artifact", I think this vintage original 1940s Talmack New York designer dress would be a perfect fit (although also not a donation)...it would even match with Steele Hollow Vintage's millinery fashion hat! My elegant twin sister Andrea, the owner of Storybook Artifact, is the pretty model wearing this haute couture World War II era relic from yesteryear!
United Palace Theatre of Cultural Arts film showing of the 1949 classic On the Town takes place tomorrow night!! I hope they have a packed theater and I wish them the best of luck with the show and raffle!