After 18 years in New York and almost three years in its former space at the shopping complex Space 15 Twenty in Hollywood, vintage veterans What Goes Around Comes Around have brought their unique retro chic to a new location in Los Angeles. Opened last month, the new outpost at 159 La Brea Avenue is a “contrast to the New York store, which is very industrial and rustic,” says creative director Gerard Maione. “LA feels Art Deco/Art Nouveau. It’s very much a lifestyle store in that it offers all things vintage from clothing, to furniture, to interior accessories like artwork, most specifically by Alphonse Mucha. The original concrete flooring has been covered with a 1950s maple gym floor, which was then adorned with an Art Deco pattern consisting of ebony inlay with accents of burnt orange onyx tiles. Also adding to the unique interior of the space are five 1930s Beverley Hills I. Magnin [a former department store] showcases, which I recently found, that are the centerpieces in the store.”
WGACA store in LA
WGACA store in LA

Joining destination eateries, furniture showrooms and boutiques in Los Angeles’ thriving La Brea shopping district, WGACA adds flair with its expansive vintage inventory and the store’s own private label along with brands such as The West is Dead, LVC, Wrangler Blue Bell, Siwy and Resin which Maione feels “fit our aesthetic as well as our clients’ taste.”

There’s even an exclusive antique record player blaring customers’ requests from the shop’s collection of vintage LPs.