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We’re delighted that former Camden Lock stallholder-turned-music-video director Deborah Woolf has returned to the world of vintage. Her shop offers a fantastic mix of clothing and accessories from luxury brands through to high street. As well as a passion for Eastern European folk garments, Deborah also has an amazing collection of ’50s, ’60s and ’70s costume jewellery and precious pieces by top designers – and she has supplied stock to the V&A shop as well as films such as ‘X-Men: First Class’. The shop itself is organised and easy to browse, as Deborah keeps her overflowing archive (which you can visit by appointment) across the road at Alfies Antiques Market. Prices start at £60 for dresses, but the quality and attention to detail of each piece ensures that paying £260 for early ’80s Yves Saint Laurent is entirely reasonable. While womenswear is the focus of the shop, there is a small selection of menswear, including ties and cufflinks. www.facebook.com/deborahwoolfvintage