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Vintage fashions fit for the stars

'I always had an eye for fashion, I guess,' says Chris Duval, a self-described 'fashion archaeologist' and owner of Circa, a vintage clothing store in New Bedford. "I always had an eye for fashion, I guess," says Chris Duval, a self-described "fashion archaeologist" and owner of Circa, a vintage clothing store in New Bedford. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
By Paul E. Kandarian
Globe Correspondent / July 17, 2008

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NEW BEDFORD - You may not notice Hilary Duff's Girl Scout vest, complete with merit badges, in the upcoming film "Greta." Ditto for Sir Ben Kingsley's vintage '50s duds in "Ashecliffe" the thriller based on Dorchester native Dennis Lehane's book, "Shutter Island." (Full article: 812 words)

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