vintage

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Glam

The absolute best vintage clothing and accessories selection in Copenhagen.
From Copenhagen's Nørrebro neighborhood store listing. (updated January 2007)

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Møbelstationen

A riches-filled thrift store specializing in esoteric goods from the 1950s to 1970s.
From Copenhagen's Nørrebro neighborhood store listing. (updated January 2007)

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Sølvkælderen

A much-adored, subterranean antique-silver specialist with old-fashioned service.
From Copenhagen's The Town Center neighborhood store listing. (updated January 2007)

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cavalli and nastri

Favored by local stylists, this vintage shop-it even has a wood-burning stove-is the perfect place to pick up a Pucci slip or Missoni sweater. Currently '70s-era Yves Saint Laurent is heavily represented (a gorgeous Russian peasant-style top cost $390).

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napoleone

Tucked away on a tiny back street, this vintage destination features prices rivaling those at thrift stores (nothing tops $15). Pair that with a great selection of Indian-printed blouses, groovy '60s wrap skirts and you'll be eternally thankful you visited.

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spazio 29

Fairly priced vintage clothing, like funky striped dolman-sleeve tees ($25) and wildly printed Indian tunics, keeps local hipsters coming back. The occasional showpiece item can be expensive ('70s top-and-skirt set), but worth it.

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Week of October 8, 2007

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episode

Well-preserved relics from the '80s dominate at this subterranean branch of Amsterdam-based European vintage chainlet Episode. A good chunk of the stock consists of reworked secondhand pieces, including piped nylon track jackets, paint-splatter-print skirts, and denim vests that have been tailored to suit a modern-day aesthetic.

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lady day

Creaky wood floors, a wide-open layout, and clothing racks illuminated by hulking steel lamps give this secondhand store the charming atmosphere of a turn-of-the-century factory. In perfect contrast to the industrial space, the robust, well-organized pickings—silk Empire-waist dresses, popcorn-knit cardigans, slinky lace tunics—have a decidedly ladylike feel.

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laura dols

We kept hearing that this was the single best vintage shop in Amsterdam; upon visiting we were pleasantly surprised to learn that there are in fact two Laura Dols outposts across the street from each other. The main store sells '40s, '50s, and '60s dresses; the newer spot has coats, additional clothing, and a not-to-be-missed back section dedicated to (quite reasonably priced) old French floral-print bed linens.

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noordermarkt

When it comes to antique markets, Amsterdam's claim to fame is this Mondays-only affair, conveniently located within walking distance of the city center. From 9-ish am to about 2 in the afternoon weekly, a mix of locals and tourists descends on a canalside cobblestone square to scour card tables heaped with collectibles, including mounted antelope skulls, art deco ashtrays, and curvy plastic telephones, all from a hybrid of eras.

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Wini

And thrifty vintage fans should swing through Wini (Haarlemmerstraat 29, 31-20-421-93-93) for bags, shoes, and sweaters largely priced under $50.

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bis

This row of same-named stores consists of a vintage clothing outpost known for its affordable dresses, a recently opened shoe annex, and a dead-stock military-gear store loaded with sailor-stripe jerseys and wool navy caps.

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Elio Ferraro Gallery/Store

Although it sounds like it sells art, this boutique is actually dedicated to purveying a choice selection of vintage designer clothing. We spied a handful of Gucci purses ($200 to $400) and a stunning Missoni dress ($495).

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Abiti Usati

Root around this musty and cavelike vintage shop for impressively broken-in leather jackets, slouchy boots, and screen-print tees. Prices average $80 for a jacket, $15 for a shirt. (We had big eyes for a stunning patchwork snakeskin clutch priced at only $36.)

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