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Vintage

A North Shore discount store launches a fashionable side project

By Alyssa Giacobbe
Globe Correspondent / October 29, 2009

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As a young fashion stylist in 1990s Manhattan, North Andover native Leigh Heffron would buy $10 vintage coats from a tiny shop in Greenwich Village and spend hours reworking them on the floor of her apartment. In a parallel universe, Giovanni Capato, an Italian-born veterinary student in Brazil, was working nights dressing Brazilian musicians and politicians. When the two came ... (Full article: 498 words)

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