Sophie the Giraffe, Super Nintendo, Furby, Mister Potato, Kiki, Polly Pocket… what have they all become? We thought they had been abandoned, lost, retired, broken—unless they were kicking up their heels in the paradise of forgotten toys. Well you can rejoice, because we have found them all again.
The cult toys of our childhood are back. And nostalgia buffs will really be happy because from the 15th to the 23rd of December, Leboncoin is setting up a totally unusual and highly regressive pop-up store —a kind of XXL treasure chest dedicated to second hand toys with a wide array of animations to boot. Quite simply wild.
Come look back at your best years around a nice tea time with your nieces, godchildren or even your own kids. Cakes and warm beverages await you right there, on the house. For the fun note, Rejoué teaches children how to give a second life to their favourite teddy or doll during free upcycling workshops, as amusing as they are clever. And we bet that no kid will resist taking a big dive in the amazing pool of stuffed animals (we dream of doing it ourselves).
You thought that you had outgrown toys? Take example on Discret, the artist who is showcasing super photos of retro figurines.
Pop-up « La fabuleuse histoire des jouets d’occasion » #vintage toys, from the 15th to the 23rd of December, 10am to 8pm. More info on www.leboncoin.fr