Following the success of their Soho vintage shop, owners Gerard Maione and Seth Weisser open a second location. The 7,500-square-foot treasure chest is stocked with handpicked apparel for men and women ($5–$500), hard-to-find jewelry and accessories ($5–$1,200), and furniture and small antiques ($95–$10,000), as well as new vintage-inspired apparel ($20–$300) from the namesake WGACA collection. Early-19th-century light fixtures and Art Deco–inspired rugs mix seamlessly with galvanized restaurant tables and mirrored window panes. You’ll find the perfect pair of Levi’s denim cutoffs ($25), a vintage leather motorcycle jacket ($30–$150) and a plethora of embellished flannels ($30–$150). If secondhand isn’t your cup of tea, check out WGACA threads, such as ladies’ rabbit-fur vests ($300) and sleeveless silk beaded dresses ($150), and guys’ denim button-downs ($85) and flannel shirts ($48).
|Venue name:||What Goes Around Comes Around (CLOSED)||Contact:|
440 Lafayette St
|Cross street:||at Astor Pl|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat noon–10pm, Sun noon–8pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 6 to Astor Pl|
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