vintage-clothing love



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  • "It was a seasonal issue during our best years," said Michael Leclerc, owner of Renaissance, a vintage-clothing boutique on Main Street in Southampton for 18 years.

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  • A few kilometers away is Gulou Dongdajie, a street of pubs, guitar shops and vintage-clothing stores—Beijing's answer to San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury.

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  • In the previous few months, Kat had taken the city by storm and had been getting work styling the young and hip, as well as advising the older and wealthier on their vintage-clothing collections.


  • A Block Party article on Oct. 22 incorrectly said it was a vintage-clothing boutique.


  • The Dressing Room is a bilevel store featuring a boutique upstairs, a vintage-clothing exchange downstairs, and a full bar.

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  • But for 10 years now, as the Marais has blossomed beyond all reason and continues to woo the well-heeled Gaul (and battalions of summering Yanks), the shop — all 25 square meters of it — has become the vintage-clothing Mecca of the 4th arrondissement.

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  • A month ago, Ms. Cairone received an email from a vintage-clothing appraiser inviting her to see several suits and dresses by Christian Dior and Madame Grès.

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  • "Around here," says Chris Parkesian of Hollywood's Jet Rag vintage-clothing store, "people think you have to wear one in order to be cool."

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  • At 13 he started dressing windows at his local vintage-clothing store.

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  • You don't know Gucci from Prada and you couldn't pick your way through a vintage-clothing store to save your life.



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