By day, browse for vintage fashion (1950s frocks, 1960s frilly shirts and the like) and enjoy tea and cake served on colourful mismatched china. By night, pull on your glad-rags for an East End knees-up as this funky clothes shop transforms itself into a bar and social. The instant the dress rails are tidied away, stylish owner Hannah starts pouring classic pre-batched gin, rum, whisky and vodka cocktails (courtesy of Bethnal Green bar, Craft Cocktail Co), along with beers by Crate, Hackney and Pressure Drop. The first-floor men’s department, served by a second (microscopic) bar, morphs seamlessly into a live lounge; its small stage hosts rockabilly, soul, blues and swing artistes – when the room is not otherwise given over to jive lessons, comedy, burlesque, cabaret and drawing classes. There’s even a wee garden in which to model the 1970s Chelsea Girl halter-dress, sun hat and shades you’ve just acquired.