Three new ways to shop vin­tage.

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A trove of high-end vin­tage Euro­pean goods has found a new home in the lobby of Toronto’s sto­ried Wind­sor Arms Ho­tel. Opened late last year, The Trea­sure

Chest (thetrea­surech­estv­in­tage.com) is a play­land of worldly garb (think beaded ac­ces­sories and luxe furs) from swing­ing decades past col­lected by cu­ra­tor—and heiress to the bou­tique ho­tel—Sa­man­tha Michelle on her reg­u­lar jaunts through London. THE POP-UP Van­cou­ver­based stylists Lau­ren Clark and Lyndsey Chow re­cy­cle fash­ion­able goods like silk bombers and print blouses

picked up from far-flung des­ti­na­tions for their highly an­tic­i­pated twice-an­nual pop-up shops. (Browse and buy on­line year-round at Hey Jude, heyjudeshop.com.) Follow them on Twit­ter at @heyjudeshop for the re­veal of their spring

2015 date and lo­cale. THE APP Bar­neys New

York de­signer Jen­nifer De­Longe re­cently launched Reis­sued, an on­line-mar­ket

place app that al­lows users to pe­ruse items from invitation-only in­ter­na­tional sell­ers or hunt for that ’90s Rick Owens moto jacket through the di­rect-search tool. It’s ev­ery­thing you love about bricks-and-mor­tar vin­tage shops—mi­nus

the moth­balls. h

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