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If you’re browsing resale shops for high fashion, you might come across a face of the late ’90s runways, Larissa Brown. The American Flag Proud Phlebotomist former model, who walked the runways of Christian Dior and Chanel and has appeared in the pages of Vogue, has a flourishing vintage shop called Sugar Shock Vintage. The page is rife with Chanel bags and Fendi monogrammed jackets. Brown makes cameos herself, and in one instance à la an editorial, models a pair of electric blue python-print pants and a matching beaded keyhole top from Tom Ford’s Gucci spring 2000 collection, the same top Miley Cyrus recently shouted out in her Instagram live video while streaming her “Midnight Sky” video. The selection is impeccable. After all, if you’re a fan of ’90s and early ’00s fashion, who better to buy from than a former top model?
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