Posted on October 2, 2006 Under Fashion

As many of you can tell I am a sucker for vintage clothing, so I feel it is my duty to tell you about one of the premier vintage clothing stores in the country. What Goes Around Comes Around was started in Soho in 1993 by two buddies who had a passion for vintage t-shirts. 14 years later the duo houses a 100,000 piece collection of vintage clothing in addition to a self-titled clothing line they launched last year. The shop features countless vintage leather jackets, old levi’s and 80’s concert tee’s. In addition to the storefront, WGACA opened a 7,000 square-foot Archive, which to date is the largest collection of vintage clothing available. The Archive is appointment only and is a one-stop shop for celebrities, designers, and stylists. For those of you who are interested in getting your hands on the new WGACA label you can check out stores like Bloomingdale’s, Intermix and Bergdorf Goodman to name a few. If you don’t want vintage inspired clothing, but actually vintage; then click over to WGACA’s website and pick yourself up a $300 Def Leppard Tee or a $950 original pair of Levi’s.