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Before they closed up shop in Silverlake last year, Replay Vintage was one of the neighborhood's beloved vintage shopping destinations for eight years strong. Thanks to owner Albert Gonzalez and his family's passion for collecting vintage (they've been doing it since 1985), the boutique was filled with hard-to-find retro wears for men, women and children. They also had a generous stash of accessories and were known for their limited-edition range of dead stock and refurbished sunglasses spanning from the '60s to '90s.
Now, after much anticipation, the store has popped back up in a new neighborhood: Los Feliz. Nestled between legendary eatery The Dresden and retailer X-Large, Replay 2.0 is better than ever—and they want you to celebrate with them. Tomorrow night from 7pm to 10pm, enjoy Cali Coco coconut water, treats, music by The Pastries and 20% off the entire store, courtesy of Gonzalez and the Replay crew. They tell us that "this is a family affair and the whole neighborhood is invited," so come one, come all.
· Replay Vintage [Facebook]
· Replay Vintage Sunglasses [Official Site]