This week we invite you to pause and reflect on the beauty of the Levi’s 501 jean. These, as part of our inventory, graciously agreed to be photographed in their natural state, in our warehouse. Contact us any time to place an order.
Rockies were born from a merger between two major western shirt manufacturers – the Miller Stockman Company and the Prior Company. Prior sold a line of women’s denim under the brand name Rocky Mountain Jeans (which if you find today, are still Rockies, or shall was say, the O.G. Rockies). Miller Stockman ran with the idea […]
The 70’s. The ME Decade. Women’s Rights. Civil Rights. Cultural Movements. Fashion Movements. Slogan tees became so popular that you could literally wear whatever you wanted on your sleeve (or chest, or back). These styles are highly collected – not really for their financial value – but more so for the emotions these things invoke. […]
What can we (really) learn from the fashions of bygone eras? “We must have the courage to go back to the age-old tradition of ritual and dress code. We must have the courage to turn the shoddy away at the door.” – Glenn O’Brien People of Walmart. The voyeuristic blog-dumping-ground for the least appropriately […]
“Vintage is my vocabulary, like the notes of a musician.” -Alessandro Michelle Alessandro Michelle, the director of Gucci (since 2015), knows something. Billie Holliday once told a reporter that she never sang the same song twice. Some nights she sang it sad, some nights she sang it happy, sometimes fast and sometimes slow. If […]
Summer is here. Dress accordingly.
Just a taste of our new inventory updates. We have hundreds of new pieces arriving on the racks weekly.
Levi’s “Authorized Vintage.” A mega discovery was made a few years back by the Levi Strauss Company. A dude in California had been sitting on a stockpile of “true” vintage Levi’s jeans. (We will use the word ‘true’ in reference to denim that was made in America, as that’s what Levi’s is calling their ‘Authorized […]
The 70’s were weird. And allow me to clarify immediately by saying the 70’s were not weird in a bad way. I’ll be brief – today’s advertising has alienated the general masses. Who can identify with any of these campaigns? Perhaps the “Me” decade (thanks, Tom Wolfe) was more honestly about us ‘me’s’ in […]
Wearing Vintage vs. Collecting Vintage. There are distinct merchandise categories in the vintage clothing business based on quality, condition, scarcity etc. Have you considered yourself to fit into a category as a buyer? Because not every vintage piece is for every body, and most often, the prices aren’t either. Vintage is defined as anything pre-1998, […]