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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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Mado

Stop here if you're a fan of gorgeous antique kimonos (prices start at $75) and vintage costume jewelry (from $25).

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Omero e Cecilia

A slew of vintage and recycled-clothing shops line Via del Governo Vecchio, and with its ample selection of leather bags (in the $30 to $50 range), shoes, and jackets—along with an array of cool scarves—this one gets our vote for the best of the lot.

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Borghetto Flaminio

When: Every Sunday Conveniently located near the Piazza del Popolo, this easy-to-browse market has a great array of vintage costume jewelry and clothing at reasonable prices (our find: twenties rhinestone chandelier earrings for $40).

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Piazza Santo Spirito

When: Second Sunday of the month This market has enough vendors to satisfy your flea-marketing needs, but not too many to overwhelm you. If your goal is to get a great deal on an antique trinket while in Florence, this is the place to do it.

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Chicago

There are plenty of places where one can pay big bucks for a vintage kimono, but if, like us, you're more interested in wearing than collecting, visit secondhand store Chicago. The pickings are bountiful and in good condition, and the prices largely run under $80.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Hanjiro

You'd need hours at this warehouse-size store full of reworked vintage items to take it all in.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Bonanzagram

Though one of the smallest vintage spots in the area, Bonanzagram is also probably the best.
From Tokyo's Nakameguro neighborhood store listing.

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Expedition Mode

It's easy to be inspired by the spectacularly dressed shop girls at this vintage resource.
From Tokyo's Nakameguro neighborhood store listing.

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Philip

You'll have to stumble down a few alleys to find this one, but don't let the fear of getting lost keep you from missing out. Stylists know the secret of what makes its secondhand stock worth seeking out.
From Tokyo's Nakameguro neighborhood store listing.

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Allodi-R

The Japanese have a healthy appreciation for all things French, and this sleek clothing and music shop covers the bases: Its garments come from emerging Parisian designers, while the CD selection is overseen by top French DJs.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Rosy-Baroque

Six flights up in an office building lies this secret trove of vintage clothing, jewelry, and bags.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Robin Richman

Former knitwear designer Robin Richman just reinvented her shop, and the incarnation has an appealing industrial-folkloric mood: Gauzy hand-dyed Gary Graham dresses rest on antique wrought-iron racks and chunky bead necklaces drape from antique glass knobs.
From Chicago's Bucktown/Wicker Park/Ukranian Village neighborhood store listing.

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Week of October 1, 2007

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Lulu's at the Belle Kay

The absolute best place in town for costume jewels, a gloriously rococo spot that also sells choice vintage designer pieces (we spied names like Valentino and Halston).
From Chicago's Lincoln Square neighborhood store listing.

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