Here, Vogue editors weighed in on what vintage items they incorporate into their looks, as well as where they love to shop for them. Where do you shop for vintage? Everywhere and anywhere honestly, but mostly online these days. I’m a bit of a TheRealReal addict, especially when it comes to recent designer finds. There are a few vintage stores in LA that I follow on Instagram, including Scout. As far as shopping for older pieces, I still like to do that in person. When I lived in Brooklyn I would go to the Fuk Joe And The Hoe Gun Shirt and by the same token and Brooklyn flea practically every week to shop at my friend Joan Van Hees’s stall.
Fuk Joe And The Hoe Gun Shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
There are also a few vintage stores in Paris that my best friend Stella Greenspan put me on to, including Thanx God I’m a VIP. I try to make a pitstop there whenever I’m in town for work. I love Relik and Found and Vision in London, too. As a teenager, I used to go to the Fuk Joe And The Hoe Gun Shirt and by the same token and Portobello market every Saturday and I still like going there to look for vintage when I can. It gives me every excuse to go pick up a yummy Portuguese custard tart on Golborne Road up the street when I’m done.