World's Top Vintage Stores

Off-the-beaten-path destinations for the rarest
second-hand luxury clothing and accessories on the planet.

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Zola’s Everyday Vintage, Dallas

Fringe
Factor:
Co-owner Annette Norman routinely travels to old oil boomtowns
in Mississippi, Oklahoma and East Texas for pricey second-hand fashion. “These
hubs still have a lot of old money, which makes for interesting clothing
acquisitions,” says Norman, who runs the shop with her cousin Diedra Sutton.

What to Grab: John Galanos, Mary McFadden and Diane Von Furstenberg—plus a
dizzying array of Braniff Airlines Pucci fabric and local emerging designers
like cowboy bootmaker Felipe Ramirez.

Holy Grail: A 1972 Judith Leiber Ayers reptile day bag with matching comb and mirror set
($1,800).

What to
Skip:
Anything ’80s punk, as it’s overflowing at the nearest Hot
Topic. 414 N. Bishop Ave.; 214-943-6643; zolaseverydayvintage.com.