Stylist Amanda Lee Shirreffs on Her Collection of Retro Printed Pieces

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From hunting for fashion treasures in Toronto’s Kensington Market in her teen years to snapping up covetable designer vintage as a globe-trotting stylist, Amanda Lee Shirreffs has come a long way — literally — in amassing a wondrous wardrobe of exuberant printed pieces.

Every time she touches down in a new city, she quizzes locals and friends for information about where the best vintage and thrift shops are (although she’s not travelling now because of the pandemic). “It weirdly centres me; I feel comfortable in those kinds of stores,” she says. In addition to Canadian favourites like Shrimpton Couture and Montreal’s Featherstone Vintage, Found and Vision — located on Portobello Road, where she lived while attending the University of the Arts London — is a must-visit.

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