Paying homage to the 1975 film Mahogany, boutique owner Helen Williams, opened Tracy Chambers Vintage and Inspired Clothing, named after Diana’s Ross’s character in the movie. The vintage boutique, located in the basement of Williams’ Bey-Stuy brownstone, features a colorful eclectic collection of runway and resort vintage pieces. DNA Info has the rest of the story.

A Diana Ross-inspired vintage boutique has recently opened in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, offering locals a place to meet, shop and admire vintage and current trends.

Tracy Chambers Vintage and Inspired Clothing takes its name from Diana Ross’s character in the 1975 film “Mahogany,” a Cinderella story in which Ross plays a Chicago fashion student on a journey to Rome, which leads her into a life of celebrity and activism.

Ross was hailed for her character’s polished outfits, ranging from sportswear to cutting edge kabuki-inspired style, some of which were designed by Ross herself.

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