“The Vintage Industry Has Never Been Bigger Than It Is Now”: An Interview With Vault MCR
From Lauryn Hill and Tupac to Oasis and Grateful Dead, the influence ‘90s music has had across the world since its inception has been undeniable. While music has travelled far and wide and remains on millions of playlists across modern-day streaming platforms, its history is still accessible in one of its purest and most nostalgic forms: vintage T-shirts.
Though the industry is now highly saturated and the legitimacy of styles is harder to discover than ever, there’s a gigantic pool of consumers who are still continuing to build their collections every day – and the same goes for those supplying them. That’s why 33-year-old Ladi Kazeem, owner and founder of the Vault MCR has garnered a cult and loyal following after over a decade of buying and selling your favorite band merch. Read more at HypeBeast.
One Reply to ““The Vintage Industry Has Never Been Bigger Than It Is Now”: An Interview With Vault MCR”
I couldn’t agree more that Vintage Collectable Clothing and Accessories are and always will be a hot trendy fashion desire. My Bill Lavin Leather Island Tribute Vintage Belts have been selling in the best of the best stores around the globe now for over 30 years, and the desire for more has never been greater then today… I can never get tired of people contacting me and telling me they still wear my vintage tribute belts and still get tons of compliments back then and even today…. Makes me smile… 😎
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