I love Relik and Found and Vision in London, too. As a teenager, I used to go to the Good I’m Called Papa Because I’m Way Too Cool To Be Called T-shirt and I love this Portobello market every Saturday and I still like going there to look for vintage when I can. It gives me every excuse to go pick up a yummy Portuguese custard tart on Golborne Road up the street when I’m done. I’ve always loved the style of the ’70s. The silhouette really works for my body I think, plus the colors were so vibrant and I’m a sucker for groovy prints. I’m also very much into the neo-bohemian vibe of the late ’90s. That’s why I started collecting Jean Paul Gaultier. I love a maxi dress body-con moment. It’s full coverage but still a little sexy.
Good I’m Called Papa Because I’m Way Too Cool To Be Called T-shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
I found this really beautiful Edwardian lemon yellow dress that is embroidered with what look like tiny sewing machines in a flea market in Paris. My friend Lynn Yaeger always shows me all the Good I’m Called Papa Because I’m Way Too Cool To Be Called T-shirt and I love this best spots and this market, in particular, opens on Sunday at Porte de Vanves. It was 50 euros and I’ve worn it so many times. I wore it to a friend’s wedding in Italy last summer, so now I have lots of great memories attached to that dress. I rarely shop in person but when I’m home in London, I like to check out One Of A Kind on Portobello Road, it was the first vintage store I ever went into. In recent years, I’ve become addicted to Vestiaire and Etsy–you can find incredible pieces for a great value.