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From super sexy lingerie and shape wear, to gorgeous retro-style stockings and pretty loungewear, everything has been created with a signature touch of retro-class.
Sofie took out this year's competition at Coolangatta, where an epic line-up of vintage cars and old-school enthusiasts flocked to the famous beachside strip to celebrate all things retro.
She said the retro scene, which originated in the US, was starting to gain popularity in Australia, particularly in capital cities such as Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
The staffer at a Coast legal firm said she was hoping the new venture would take off, so she could pursue her passion full-time but admitted it was a while down the track.
"We're a vintage styling and event organisation business," Sofie said.