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Shopping second-hand is more accessible than ever these days, but the sheer amount of choice out there can be daunting for those who are new to the world of pre-loved fashion. That’s why stylist Amy Bannerman – who has worked with the likes of Dua Lipa and Sophie Turner and was behind Love Island‘s second-hand wardrobe this summer – has been sharing her insider tips to help guide others along the way.
“My love of second-hand shopping started very early on,” Amy tells Vogue. “My older brother Angus inspired me a lot growing up – he had a vintage ’80s leopard print coat which I endlessly coveted. I was always very sentimental with clothing, so I guess that a love of the meaning behind pieces was imbued at a young age.”
As well as being an eBay obsessive, Amy can regularly be found trawling the rails at charity
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Hello and good morning! Rachel Tasker here with your fresh copy of the Pittsburgh Daily. If your Tuesday morning is already off to the races, here’s a great excuse to take a 5-minute break and get caught up all the local happenings you should know about.
A mix of clouds and sun, with temps cooling down. High: 69 Low: 56.
Here are the top stories in Pittsburgh today:
1) Pittsburgh Regional Transit will host a public meeting today to discuss their plans for new East Busway stations in Wilkinsburg and Brushton. The agenda consists of the consideration to move the Wilkinsburg station closer to the business district, as well as creating a new station a few blocks away at Brushton Avenue in Homewood. In Wilkinsburg, planners propose moving the station from the middle of the park-and-ride site near North Avenue closer to the borough’s business district between Penn and Wallace