Alessandra Canario

Alessandra Canario

producer

Alessandra is a dealer in vintage and antique clothing based in New jersey. Her focus and passion is in the preservation of stories and objects from history.

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Sleeping in the forest as homage to Angeline Tubbs, aka. “The Witch of Saratoga.”

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Sleeping in the forest as homage to Angeline Tubbs, aka. “The Witch of Saratoga.”

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