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Camden came out on top for seondhand shopping

62% of you do it

84%

of you want to do it

And 1 out of 4 of you do it in our capital...

Inside one of many vintage stores

16 HushHush - June 29, 2010

Since the credit crunch sabotaged many British purses the clever public have finally latched onto the long running ‘vintage’ phenomena. Vintage clothing boutiques are opening up everywhere and increasing in popularity, with the likes of Fearne Cotton, Agyness Deyn, and Alexa Chung all jumping on the second hand wagon.

“transporting you back a decade or two” Over the past two years savvy DDs (designer devotees) are seeking much cheaper frills.

THE VINTA The DD brigade have finally realised the potential hidden within these treasure caves capable of transporting you back a decade or two. HushHush carried out a survey asking our readers about their second hand habits and surprisingly, 80 per cent of respondents would consider going vintage yet almost a third of you don’t charity shop your old clothes naughty naughty! Over half the people we surveyed were already bagging bargains with most visiting stores in Manchester’s

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