La Poubelle Vintage
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In 2009, Laura Lanz-Frolio—a retro-loving Brooklynite—set out to sell one-of-a-kind vintage goods exclusively through Etsy…but then purchased a ten-foot 1968 Shasta. After renovating the trailer inside and out, her ’50s-inspired mobile boutique hit the streets last year. Decor highlights include pink plastic flamingos and a 1930s working cash register (cha-ching!). Ladies will find printed sundresses, palazzo pants, jumpsuits and clogs ($35–$100) from the ’50s through the ’70s, while fellas can shop for bowties, cufflinks and ’80s-era tropical button-ups ($35–$65). Find the truck out and about on the weekends (Friday through Sunday). The shop is also parked at various flea markets including the Brooklyn Flea in Williamsburg and Park Slope, as well as the Hester Street Fair. Keep an eye on its site (lapoubellevintage.com) and Twitter (@poubellevintage) to locate the camper.
For locations, visit lapoubellevintage.com
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