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  • By Mei Vintage on 2017-05-02

    Mei Vintage

    Posted on May 02 2017

    Slow Fashion and Sustainability: Why It's Important

    Photo: Kissing Cage

    I love fashion. I love design. I love the process of turning a simple sketch into reality and the more I learn, the more I feel an emotional connection with fashion. I recently came across these articles from LA Times and Manrepeller, and I think about the different ways I maintain my relationship with fashion as a consumer....
  • Meet Abby

    Mei Vintage

    Posted on March 09 2017

    Sun is finally out after what seems like months of rain and countless glooming days. As the weather gradually warms while we approach spring, now's the perfect time to introduce our new luxe collection, The Abby. I am so excited to share our collection handmade in sunny California using quality hardware and premium leather. The Abby combines retro inspired chevron print with modern day...
  • Happy Travels!

    Mei Vintage

    Posted on April 07 2016

    Spring has finally sprung! If you're the adventurous type, you're probably already planning your next destination to explore. We are excited to introduce Edith! Our newest convertible fanny pack ideal for your next adventure (or just running around town managing your daily errands). Either way, this stylish compact fanny pack will keep all your essentials close to your side and handsfree! You can...
  • Summer Shopping Event

    Mei Vintage

    Posted on June 25 2013

    Looking for something fun to do this summer?   How about stopping by Unique LA Summer showat the Santa Monica Barker Hanger!! Bring your friends, family, lover, pets and enjoy the ultimate summer shopping experience uniquely Los Angeles! Enjoy live DJ, free drinks, food trucks, take free photo portraits, and meet over 150+ designer/artists showcasing their wares under one amazing space! It's a two...
  • Asian Inspired with a Twist

    Mei Vintage

    Posted on May 27 2013

    The Asian Inspired trend has been going strong for few seasons now and looks like it will continue through Fall!  Designers like Prada, Entro, Emilio Pucci and Dries Van Noten have all featured Asian inspired trends down the Fashion runways focusing vibrant mixes of patterns including motifs, embroideries, luxurious silk pieces, as well as asymmetrical details. 


    Dries Van Noten
    Dries Van Noten



    Etro,...