Richard Wainwright opens Arcade, a new temple of vintage in Los Angeles
On Saturday, during the new edition of the Pickwick Vintage Market at the Row DTLA shopping center, founder Richard Wainwright inaugurated the first Arcade vintage boutique in Los Angeles.
In a large space, with large concrete columns, furnished with vintage furniture, showcases, furry armchairs and antique rugs, and fitting rooms with an arched structure, Arcade presents the collections of several vintage specialists, ranging from couture pieces and rare clothes -- from the houses of Chanel to Yves Saint Laurent, Jean Patou, Balenciaga or Jean Muir -- to more confidential brands, as well as accessories, shoes and jewelry.
A new temple of vintage in Los Angeles, where customers will also be able to consign their rare pieces, and which will also serve as a studio and creative services.
Founder of A Current Affair markets in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco, vintage fashion markets that are now considered the benchmarks in the industry, Richard Wainwright opened the first Arcade store in Brooklyn in 2018, offering a rotating mix from its network of vendors.
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