From Janelle Monáe to Macklemore, listed below are 10 celebrities who've spoken about their love for thrifting and secondhand type

Florence Welch mentioned in February 2010 that she developed her onstage aesthetic by discovering distinctive items at thrift shops.

Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine sings during the band's concert on February 3, 2023, in Manchester, England.

Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine sings in the course of the band’s live performance on February 3, 2023, in Manchester, England.

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The lead singer of Florence and The Machine advised The Guardian that she tried loads of totally different clothes gadgets onstage earlier than determining her signature whimsical type.

“The aesthetic got here alongside the best way, I believe — simply by way of experimenting, and happening tour, and attempting stuff out on stage, having enjoyable with it, and never taking it too severely. If I had a ballgown at residence, I might put on it onstage. If I discovered one thing in a charity store, I might put on it. That is the place it grew from — simply eager to play dress-up,” she mentioned.

She additionally mentioned her room was “like an vintage store, filled with junk and bizarre stuff” like a taxidermied fowl, newspaper clippings, and a big sword.


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