MASSIVE FINDS TRIP TO THE THRIFT #9! | SUPREME PAISLEY FOUND!? | VINTAGE NIKE, POLO RALPH AND GUCCI



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TODAY your host with the most head to the thrift with the homie Mr. Flitsannov and we hit a bunch of em. This video spans over two different trips which included about 5 stores! We were able to find some vintage Nike, Polo Lauren and even some Gucci. We did get played on the Supreme piece because it looked very similar to the Supreme x The North Face paisley!

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THRIFT SHOPPING VINTAGE CLOTHES | Trip To The Thrift Ep. 5 (Vintage Tees, Cardigans, Windbreaker)



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Welcome back to another Trip To The Thrift! It’s been quite a while but we are on episode 5 of thrifting vlogs. From the feedback, you guys have enjoyed this series so we are continuing in 2019. Today I went to some local thrift stores with an addition of Tjmaxx pickups. I was able to find some dope items at local Goodwill’s and Salvation Army’s. If you like vintage clothes, this may be the video for you. This video will be a combination of vlog and look book/haul. Make sure you watch till the end to see everything that I picked up!

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Trip to the Thrift #249 | BAGS ON BAGS OF VINTAGE HEAT!



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WE BACK WITH THOSE THRIFT FINDS! Yeahhh baby!!

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Trip to the Thrift #4 | Tommy Hilfiger, Nautica, Space Jam Jordan!



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Todays Video is a trip to the thrift in Philadelphia, a well requested video! I hit up a vintage warehouse in north philly called Bulk Vintage. I managed to cop some pieces from brands such as Nike, Champion, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Adidas, Jordan, NFL

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1911 – A Trip Through New York City (speed corrected w/ added sound)



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Old film of New York City in the year 1911. Print has survived in mint condition. Slowed down footage to a natural rate and added in sound for ambiance. This film was taken by the Swedish company Svenska Biografteatern on a trip to America

I FOUND SUPREME IN THE THRIFT | $2 STEAL! Trip to the Thrift #248



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That’s right, I have a crazy thrift haul including a Supreme gemmm!!

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Trip to the Thrift #239 | $20 ADIDAS ULTRA BOOSTS COP’T! Plus Jordan 4 and Nike Uptempos



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Bro Jordan 4s, Nike Air Uptempos, and Clean Adidas Ultra Boosts all Cop’t in the Thrift Shop!

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Phnom Penh Camboida, Trip to Steung Prek Tnoat, Stoeng Prek Travelling



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Phnom Penh Camboida, Trip to Steung Prek Tnoat, Stoeng Prek Travelling
Phnom Penh’s is Cambodia’s economic centre as it accounts for a large portion of the Cambodian economy. Double-digit economic growth rates in recent years have triggered an economic boom in Phnom Penh, with new hotels, restaurants, bars, high rises and residential buildings springing up around the city.

The main economy is based on commercial interests such as garments, trading, and small and medium enterprises. In the past few years the property business has been booming, with rapidly increasing real estate prices. Tourism is also a major contributor in the capital as more shopping and commercial centres open, making Phnom Penh one of the major tourist destinations in the country along with Siem Reap and Sihanoukville. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, tourism made up 17.5 percent (US$2,053 million) of Cambodia’s GDP in 2009 and accounts for 13.7 percent of total employment.[27] One of the most popular areas in Phnom Penh for tourists is Sisowath Quay, alongside the Tonle Sap River. Sisowath Quay is a 3-mile strip of road that includes restaurants, bars, and hotels.[28] The US$2.6 billion new urban development, Camko City, is meant to bolster the city landscape. The Bureau of Urban Affairs of Phnom Penh Municipality has plans to expand and construct new infrastructure to accommodate the growing population and economy. High rise buildings will be constructed at the entrance of the city and near the lakes and riverbanks. Furthermore, new roads, canals, and a railway system will be used to connect Camko City and Phnom Penh.[29] Other projects include:

Grand Phnom Penh International City (under construction)
De Castle Royal Condominium[30] (Completed)
International Finance Complex (Under construction)
Gold Tower 42 (On hold 32 floors)
OCIC Tower (Completed)
Kokling super second floor house
River Palace[31] (Under construction)
Vattanac Capital Tower (completed)
The Peak (under construction

Aeon Mall Phnom Penh
With booming economic growth seen since the 1990s, new shopping retails have opened as well as western-style such as Sorya Shopping Center, City Mall, Aeon Mall and Parkson Mall. Many international brands had opened such as Mango (clothing), Salvatore Ferragamo, Montagut (clothing), Hugo Boss, Padini and so on. Phnom Penh is coming a central of many international financial banks and shopping centers in the middle of South-east Asia lately.

The tallest skyscraper in Phnom Penh is Vattanac Capital Tower[32] at a height of 9,800 metres (32,152 ft), dominating Phnom Penh’s skyline with its neighbour skyscraper Canadia Tower (OCIC Tower). The tower was topped out in May 2012 and scheduled for completion in late 2012. Modern high rises have been constructed all around the city, not concentrated in any one particular area.

Outside view of Central market
The Central market Phsar Thmei is a tourist attraction. The four wings of the yellow colored market are teeming with numerous stalls selling gold and silver jewellery, antique coins, clothing, clocks, flowers, food, fabrics and shoes. Phsar Thmei is undergoing under a major renovation, along with the creation of newer stalls.
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Phnom Penh Cambodia, From Phsar Dey Hoy Skybridge to Choam Chao Circle, Trip on Russian Blvd



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Phnom Penh Cambodia, From Phsar Dey Hoy Skybridge to Choam Chao Circle, Trip on Russian Blvd

Phnom Penh’s is Cambodia’s economic centre as it accounts for a large portion of the Cambodian economy. Double-digit economic growth rates in recent years have triggered an economic boom in Phnom Penh, with new hotels, restaurants, bars, high rises and residential buildings springing up around the city.

The main economy is based on commercial interests such as garments, trading, and small and medium enterprises. In the past few years the property business has been booming, with rapidly increasing real estate prices. Tourism is also a major contributor in the capital as more shopping and commercial centres open, making Phnom Penh one of the major tourist destinations in the country along with Siem Reap and Sihanoukville. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, tourism made up 17.5 percent (US$2,053 million) of Cambodia’s GDP in 2009 and accounts for 13.7 percent of total employment.[27] One of the most popular areas in Phnom Penh for tourists is Sisowath Quay, alongside the Tonle Sap River. Sisowath Quay is a 3-mile strip of road that includes restaurants, bars, and hotels.[28] The US$2.6 billion new urban development, Camko City, is meant to bolster the city landscape. The Bureau of Urban Affairs of Phnom Penh Municipality has plans to expand and construct new infrastructure to accommodate the growing population and economy. High rise buildings will be constructed at the entrance of the city and near the lakes and riverbanks. Furthermore, new roads, canals, and a railway system will be used to connect Camko City and Phnom Penh.[29] Other projects include:

Grand Phnom Penh International City (under construction)
De Castle Royal Condominium[30] (Completed)
International Finance Complex (Under construction)
Gold Tower 42 (On hold 32 floors)
OCIC Tower (Completed)
Kokling super second floor house
River Palace[31] (Under construction)
Vattanac Capital Tower (completed)
The Peak (under construction

Aeon Mall Phnom Penh
With booming economic growth seen since the 1990s, new shopping retails have opened as well as western-style such as Sorya Shopping Center, City Mall, Aeon Mall and Parkson Mall. Many international brands had opened such as Mango (clothing), Salvatore Ferragamo, Montagut (clothing), Hugo Boss, Padini and so on. Phnom Penh is coming a central of many international financial banks and shopping centers in the middle of South-east Asia lately.

The tallest skyscraper in Phnom Penh is Vattanac Capital Tower[32] at a height of 9,800 metres (32,152 ft), dominating Phnom Penh’s skyline with its neighbour skyscraper Canadia Tower (OCIC Tower). The tower was topped out in May 2012 and scheduled for completion in late 2012. Modern high rises have been constructed all around the city, not concentrated in any one particular area.

Outside view of Central market
The Central market Phsar Thmei is a tourist attraction. The four wings of the yellow colored market are teeming with numerous stalls selling gold and silver jewellery, antique coins, clothing, clocks, flowers, food, fabrics and shoes. Phsar Thmei is undergoing under a major renovation, along with the creation of newer stalls.
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Phnom Penh Cambodia 2018, Trip in Phnom Penh, Travel in Phnom Penh



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Phnom Penh Cambodia 2018, Trip in Phnom Penh, Travel in Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh’s is Cambodia’s economic centre as it accounts for a large portion of the Cambodian economy. Double-digit economic growth rates in recent years have triggered an economic boom in Phnom Penh, with new hotels, restaurants, bars, high rises and residential buildings springing up around the city.

The main economy is based on commercial interests such as garments, trading, and small and medium enterprises. In the past few years the property business has been booming, with rapidly increasing real estate prices. Tourism is also a major contributor in the capital as more shopping and commercial centres open, making Phnom Penh one of the major tourist destinations in the country along with Siem Reap and Sihanoukville. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, tourism made up 17.5 percent (US$2,053 million) of Cambodia’s GDP in 2009 and accounts for 13.7 percent of total employment.[27] One of the most popular areas in Phnom Penh for tourists is Sisowath Quay, alongside the Tonle Sap River. Sisowath Quay is a 3-mile strip of road that includes restaurants, bars, and hotels.[28] The US$2.6 billion new urban development, Camko City, is meant to bolster the city landscape. The Bureau of Urban Affairs of Phnom Penh Municipality has plans to expand and construct new infrastructure to accommodate the growing population and economy. High rise buildings will be constructed at the entrance of the city and near the lakes and riverbanks. Furthermore, new roads, canals, and a railway system will be used to connect Camko City and Phnom Penh.[29] Other projects include:

Grand Phnom Penh International City (under construction)
De Castle Royal Condominium[30] (Completed)
International Finance Complex (Under construction)
Gold Tower 42 (On hold 32 floors)
OCIC Tower (Completed)
Kokling super second floor house
River Palace[31] (Under construction)
Vattanac Capital Tower (completed)
The Peak (under construction

Aeon Mall Phnom Penh
With booming economic growth seen since the 1990s, new shopping retails have opened as well as western-style such as Sorya Shopping Center, City Mall, Aeon Mall and Parkson Mall. Many international brands had opened such as Mango (clothing), Salvatore Ferragamo, Montagut (clothing), Hugo Boss, Padini and so on. Phnom Penh is coming a central of many international financial banks and shopping centers in the middle of South-east Asia lately.

The tallest skyscraper in Phnom Penh is Vattanac Capital Tower[32] at a height of 9,800 metres (32,152 ft), dominating Phnom Penh’s skyline with its neighbour skyscraper Canadia Tower (OCIC Tower). The tower was topped out in May 2012 and scheduled for completion in late 2012. Modern high rises have been constructed all around the city, not concentrated in any one particular area.

Outside view of Central market
The Central market Phsar Thmei is a tourist attraction. The four wings of the yellow colored market are teeming with numerous stalls selling gold and silver jewellery, antique coins, clothing, clocks, flowers, food, fabrics and shoes. Phsar Thmei is undergoing under a major renovation, along with the creation of newer stalls.
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