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Naomi Hatton

Being over a decade old, RetroStar is plunging into the 21st century. 

Not with its stock, don't worry. No, the Melbourne institution is finally launching its debut online store. 

As of today, you can simultaneously watch riveting daytime television and shop vintage threads sourced from around the world.

For all you vintage-savvy shoppers who've had to brave the harsh Melbourne weather just to raid closets from the '40s to '90s, you can now partake in your favourite past-time in the comfort of your home.

Or, like the rest of us, in the comfort of your pyjamas, towel-wrapped hair and glass of wine in hand. 


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