For those who revel in being editorially chic, this new online vintage destination takes curation to a whole new level.

Petra von Kant is a vintage collection curated by Alexes Bowyer and Olivia La Roche. Each piece is unique in the sense that it has been recontextualized for the modern eye.  The selection is focused on quality materials, unique silhouettes and imaginative styling.

Taking the best of East Coast (New York) looks and West Coast (San Francisco) sensibility and creating dynamic outfits for the hungry style maven. The two curators bring their backgrounds in content managing, designing, and e-commerce to the forefront for easy to access and oh-so-chic fashion. “Our backgrounds fit perfectly with the multiple hats we wear,” Olivia told Who What Wear in August.

We present what we love, and we hope it makes its way to like minds.

“Dressing editorially is a philosophy that drives our brand. We are both people who try to be fearless when creating an outfit, and the lower risk of vintage makes that possible. Vintage doesn’t have to be era-specific, the way we contextualize it; it’s a new way of modern dressing” Olivia told Who What Wear.

Prices start anywhere from $20.00 to $200.00, making this new online storefront a shop-able destination for anyone’s budget. Whether you’re on the hunt for an easy mule, a stunning vase, or a fun choker — their selection is unmatched.

The pieces on their site are selling out fast so you’ve got to shp their catalogue NOW! Check out some of our favorite thing below. We need to snag these immediately.

// Shop the Petra Von Kant collection and let us know what you scored!

Written by Anthony Rogers, photos courtesy of Petra Von Kant — Get to know your local vintage at Vacation SF. Subscribe to our newsletter for the best SF content.

Anthony is the founder of Bob Cut Mag and the director of business development. Anthony writes on LGBT, people, and gender issues but catch him also writing about other shenanigans he finds himself in. Want to partner with Bob Cut? Email him at

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