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Harper’s Bazaar | The New Old Thing

{mosimage}{mosimage} Mason is discreet: She will not reveal which designers shop her store for “inspiration.” “I won’t say who, “Mason says coyly, “but someone was in here yesterday buying a lot of early 80′s shoes. They’re all after the same thing. Everyone is looking for something fabulous, for an ionic piece. First, it was the ’40′s and then the ’60′s and the ’70′s. Lately the early ’80′s are huge, huge, huge.” If it’s 80′s with too many bells and whistles, then forget it, but sexy, early 80′s –all the designers and stylists want it.”

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