The Way we Wore

These days, Doris Raymond dresses lots of stars in exquisite antique gowns for big, red-carpet events—a far cry from the '70s, when she was selling encyclopedias door-to-door across the Pacific Northwest. Back then, vintage was just known as used clothing, so she capitalized on her travels to snap up garments in the small towns on her route. Now she has a two-story empire, where a lifetime of fashion history from all eras and from all the marquee names is for sale.
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