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The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Vintage

Where to find cool vintage from the comfort of your couch

WHERE — Barcelona
PHOTOGRAPHY — Sam Flaherty
IN COLLABORATION WITH — Spring

Where to find cool, one-off vintage treasures, no rummaging required.

In an age where we update everything from our denim to our iPhone with alarming frequency, it’s reassuring that our appetite for vintage hasn’t diminished. Perhaps it has something to do with finding a one-off piece in an increasingly homogenized world, or maybe there’s something satisfying in discovering something that has a story.

From op-shopping in far-flung tiny towns in New Zealand, to wandering through the weekend flea markets in Paris, my vintage finds have always held a prime position in my wardrobe.

But sometimes, as rewarding as it is to find a killer piece among racks on racks of pre-loved vintages, we don’t always have to for a good old fashioned rummage. Enter; Spring; a little corner of the internet with a legitimately awesome vintage offering sitting quietly alongside your usual household names.

A cool vintage tee that no-one else will have? Done. Or how about a one-off poster from 1968?

You’re welcome.

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