Something Old, Something New

The freshest looks in fashion combine a dash of the past and a pinch of the present

At Foley & Corinna in New York City, A new, peppermint pink bustier glows beside a 1962 cotton sundress and a Christian Dior cashmere sweater circa 1980. Shoppers at Vylette in Austin, Texas, peruse the latest collections from Lacoste and Marc by Marc Jacobs along with vintage khaki skirts and crocheted sweaters--many of them rescued from oblivion by one of the store owners' mothers, who frequents garage sales.

Shopping for vintage used to mean digging through dusty bins under fluorescent lights at the Salvation Army store or having a friend tip you off to that tiny, off-the-beaten-path consignment shop. But...

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