1. Simple Luxury

    This Spring at What Goes Around Comes Around, we looked to our prized vintage collectibles for some all new graphic inspiration. Having created classics like the Stencil Tee, it was our mission to integrate our customers most-loved vintage into everyone's favorite wardrobe staple: the t-shirt.

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    Looking first to the Southwest, we integrated Harley Davidson and Navajo designs into the Bow Guard and (aptly named) Harley Tee. With raw lines reflecting embossed metal work and flecks of turquoise, these tee's pair naturally with layered necklaces and denim cut-offs. For a touch of class, try the Rose Tee with it's Coco-eque figure chicly dressed in stripes with a single rose. Worn with a blazer, cropped trousers and vintage Chanel necklace, you're ready for day and night.

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  2. Spring 2012 Runway Show

    We had our Spring 2012 Runway Show last week at the Soho Grand for New York Fashion Week. Check it out...
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  3. Red, WGACA and Blue..

    To commence our country getting one year older and our new Los Angeles store opening, we decided to pre-party this 4th of July weekend in style! Our good friend and popular LA DJ, Keith Wilson, approached us to host an evening in the Hollywood stars at the W hotel. Naturally, we never can resist a party so we decided to spread the love and joined forces with our new neighbors, Feal Mor and LabArt... and made it a La Brea Block Party! The Los Angeles WGACA crew was out in full force with everyone wearing vintage and/or collection pieces. We also brought along some fun props to dress up the photo booth! Our first party - with many more to come; we are just getting started. Check out the photos for evidence of the fun!
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  4. The Grungy Gentleman Styles WGACA

    Name: Jace Lipstein Hometown: New City, NY Blog: Grungy Gentleman When and why did you start your blog? My friends were telling me that I should do something related to fashion. On my birthday, I went to Barneys to pick out an outfit for an all-black theme party. I was in the Rag & Bone pop-up shop section of Barneys and I asked a gentleman, who turned out to be the Director of Sales for Rag & Bone, something along the lines about getting a black and white gingham shirt. He told me that he didn
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  5. Talking Vintage with Jennine Jacob of The Coveted

    Yesterday we met up with Jennine Jacob of the popular fashion blog, The Coveted, to talk style, vintage and what's next for her successful site. First off, what's been the best thing about having started The Coveted? What's next for the blog? The best thing about starting The Coveted was that I have found my passion. It was started as a way to find out what I loved the most, and in that respect it's been extraordinarily successful. I love blogging, connecting with my readers, creating content by writing and photographing has been so much fun. Over the years I've become increasingly intrested in providing more value to my readers, so I'm looking into developing The Coveted to focus on Fashion in Downtown New York. Everyday when I walk to my office, it's such an inspiring 10 minutes because there is so much going here and not everyone can explore the beautiful shops,
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