- Rachael Wang of Style.com came into the What Goes Around Comes Around SoHo store to find the perfect pair of vintage jeans.
- Watch her adventure all over NYC and at our store below!
This morning Austi Rogers, our operations manager, and James Morua, our sales manager, gave a lesson on authentic luxury vintage to Parsons, The New School for Design students at our SoHo location!
Austi and James taught freshman from an integrative studio class the history of WGACA, how we source our pieces and how we authenticate luxury items. The students started to create era mood boards beforehand and were able to find more inspiration in-person. They took photos of their favorite pieces to include in their mood boards.
Educating fashion students about real, top-of-the-line era pieces is a fantastic way to get students engaged and excited about their current school project.
What Goes Around Comes Around is happy to spread the vintage love and knowledge.
Doing good feels good!
James showing a student how to identify Celine clothing.
Austi explaining the style of this 1970s vintage sequin dress for a student’s 70s themed board.
James explaining the history of the Celine Label, specifically when Michael Kors joined the brand.
Austi explaining the influence of stripes in the 1970s.
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Amal Clooney recently stopped by our SoHo store for some vintage finds!
She purchased a vintage Chanel dress, metallic dress and a mink fur baseball cap.
We can’t wait to see Amal wearing her new What Goes Around Comes Around pieces.
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Adam Levine of Maroon 5 fame and a host on The Voice and Behati Prinsloo, the Namibian Victoria Secret’s Angel are the ideal rock n roll pair. This week, the pair spent a shopping day in NYC and popped by go-to New York vintage spot, What Goes Around of course.
Adam walking out of WGACA in his new vintage hoodie & rock tee
Where did all the well-dressed, dapper gentleman of days past go? A place where knee-high socks and oversized, shapely silhouettes were common. Men wore hats nearly everyday and wore actual pocket squares, played with shape and layered like pros. We’re showing some of our favorite vintage menswear photos today that showcase this era.