Jessie Lee Cederblom

ES fashion – Women’s Car Show and Vintage Fashion Exchange

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Fashion designer Sally Poppe with her 1964 Type-III Notchback, a rare car that was never imported into the U.S. Poppe made the 1960s era, Chicago dress in Sea Blue to match the color of her Volkswagen.
“I love vintage dresses because of the timeless style, detail and high quality. Just like my vintage car, a quality dress can last you a lifetime,” Poppe said.

Photos by Jessie Lee Cederblom

El Segundo’s Automobile Driving Museum hosted its All Women’s Car Show and Vintage Fashion Exchange last month. Women bring their own cars and fashions for the annual event.

The museum’s next car show is the “Malaise Daze,” celebrating “lovable, mediocre cars from 1972 to 1995. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A Studio 54 themed after party starts at 8 p.m. For more details visit

Amber Orosco the “Lincoln Lady,” dressed Voodoo Vixen Pinup style in her 1962 Lincoln Continental.
“I always try to match my style with my car while riding in my Lady. Everything is vintage Priscilla Presley. Elvis also had a ‘62 Lincoln.

Hannah Keller, a school bus driver from Big Beah brought her 1964 Sundial Volkswagen Bus.

Taylor Hamby with her collection from Sputnik’s Vintage.


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