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Now you can shop La Brea's famous vintage treasure trove in the comfort of your own home. The Way We Wore owner and star of Smithsonian's L.A. Frock Stars, Doris Raymond, has teamed up with online luxury retailer AHAlife to launch an online store that's every bit as well-edited as its brick-and-mortar counterpart.
Raymond personally selects every item in her boutique's impressive collection of 20th century clothing and accessories, and her rare online finds are no exception. Some current picks include a midcentury Christian Dior cocktail dress and a Nolan Miller gown once owned by legendary singer Gladys Knight. If you're a vintage aficionado but can't be bothered with digging for your gems, this e-shop is definitely worth a click. —Ashley Heaton
· The Way We Wore at AHAlife [Official Site]
· The Way We Wore Lands a Six-Episode Series on Smithsonian [Racked]
· Inside The Way We Wore's Retro-Tastic Series Premiere Party [Racked]