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Lucy in Disguise

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Songstress Lily Allen just announced that she's expecting a baby, but pregnancy won't stop her from moving forward with her plans to open a vintage store called Lucy in Disguise. Instyle reports: "The boutique will open in September near Oxford Street [London] and will house Lily's own former-wardrobe favourites, from tour costumes to flea market finds, available both for rent and to buy. Next weekend she will preview the shop's archive to vintage fans at Brit Culture fest Vintage at Goodwood, with a pop-up shop that will sit alongside the its other retro shopping stalls. The idea for the store sprung from Lily's attempts to curb her clothes hoarding, and the fact that she was forever lending them out to friends and family. Lily has also revealed she has an ethical vision for the store, as she feels that second-hand shopping offers 'an antidote to the mass consumerism culture of high street shopping.'"