This fair traditionally attracts students, vintage fashion fans and antique collectors and includes shops dedicated to second-hand vintage clothes, table top stalls with unique retro gifts, accessories and jewellery plus vintage inspired beauty stores.
It's not a huge fair, but has a good range of clothes and a relaxed atmosphere to saunter around and pick up something that will stand out from the crowd.
The fair is also being set up in Digbeth where there is already a strong base of vintage shops.
With the date being in the run up to Christmas, this time around, there is sure to be more of a festive theme to the stalls and will provide shoppers with the chance to peruse vintage present ideas and fashion buys for those multitude of Christmas and New Year's Eve parties.
Popularity for vintage has raged in recent years with uber-chic celebrities, including Chloe Sevigny, Winona Ryder, Alexa Chung and of course Kate Moss, mixing vintage fashion with modern classics to create a one-off look.
Entry to the Birmingham fair costs £1, but under-12s are allowed into the fair free.
My boyfriend took me to Lou Lou last weekend as a surprise and I found myself amazed with their vintage stock. I am a vintage lover and I am always trying to find some old-school clothing and accesories to give a touch to my look. I also know that there are places online where you can find vintage clothing for sale (I had a great experience buying some leather boots fromwww.adoos.com ), is there any other website that you could recommend?