All the back-issues of Harper’s Bazaar that I’m missing in my collection. (Image: Harper’s Bazaar, Town & Country magazine, December 1988.)

Screen shot 2014-11-28 at 11.47.49 AMA giant, oversize, fluffy ’80s sweater in a bright colour to keep warm and perk up those dreary, dark winter days (Inage: Lara Rossingnol for Flare magazine, September 1989. Clothing by Perry Ellis.)

Screen shot 2014-11-28 at 11.50.37 AMA new ’80s-style red lipstick. (Image: Jovan, Mademoiselle magazine, September 1980.)

Screen shot 2014-11-28 at 11.51.51 AMTights and socks in a rainbow of colors — even if they are usually hiding under my mostly-black wardrobe. (Image: Danskin, Mademoiselle magazine, September 1985.)

Screen shot 2014-11-28 at 11.53.45 AMA new denim jacket, snug and just hitting the waist, to wear with skirts and dresses in the spring. (Image: Calvin Klein Sport, Mademoiselle magazine, September 1985.)

Screen shot 2014-11-28 at 11.57.54 AMA DVD (or Blu-Ray is it’s available) of Slaves of New York — having recently re-read the book, I’d love to watch the movie again. (Image: The cast of Slaves of New York: Adam Coleman Howard, Bernadette Peters and Madeleine Potter, photographed by Steven Meisel for American Vogue, February 1989.)

Screen shot 2014-11-28 at 12.00.32 PMNew prescription eyeglasses, though I dare say probably not ones that look like these. (Image: Polaris, American Vogue, May 1983.)

Screen shot 2014-11-28 at 12.02.48 PMMy footwear of choice: boots. I can never have enough. (Image: Pertti Palmroth, American Vogue, July 1982.)

Screen shot 2014-11-28 at 12.04.36 PMA red television for the bedroom. Maybe a flat-screen, though. (Image: Quasar, Mademoiselle magazine, July 1984.)

Screen shot 2014-11-28 at 12.07.16 PMA stash of Polaroid film. I do miss it so. (Image: Polaroid, American Vogue, May 1980.)

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