After nearly five weeks of voting, the readers of Strange Carolinas have named The Groovy Goose North Carolina's BestThrift/Consignment Shop. Vintage To Vogue Boutique came in second place and The Wonder Shop came in third place.
For two weeks, readers of Strange Carolinas were invited to nominate their favorite North Carolina thrift/consignment Shops. From February 25th to March 15th, readers were invited to vote for their favorite thrift/consignment Shops from the ten ent
Welcome to our favorite issue of the year, The Triad’s Best! As many of you may know, this is our biggest and favorite issue all year, and something we spend several months working on. With almost 150,000 votes cast, voters set a record in participation for the 2019 Triad’s Best. We also added additional categories including an LGBTQ section, which we are super proud of. While you’ll see familiar winners, we hope this issue will be an opportunity for you to discover many newc
Triad's Best Consignment Boutique Owner Jenn Graf said when people think of Vintage To Vogue they think of its “uniqueness” and its “one-of-a-kind” clothing. “It feels amazing receiving validation for all of our hard work and having some of the most amazing consigners, customers, and clients that come in. It feels like all the hard work is paying off,” Graf said of winning the Triad’s Best Consignment Shop. “We are a consignment store but we also try to be so much more. We wa
As you read through this week’s issue, you probably noticed that most stories have been about women. March 8 is International Women’s Day, which commemorates the Women’s Rights Movement and the whole month of March is dedicated to National Women’s History Month. YES! Weekly would like to celebrate by showcasing the women of the Triad who devote themselves to serving the public and those who own businesses that strengthens the community... Jenn Graf is a woman who helps the Tr
On North Davie Street in downtown Greensboro, there is a little shop on the corner. Vintage to Vogue is immediately recognizable by the vertical mural on the adjacent building of a woman in a sundress, and now even more noticeable with the addition of another mural to the building right next door. The boutique houses an array of vintage men and women’s clothing, all curated by fashion designer and owner Jennifer Graf, who has designed clothes for celebrities such as Justin T
Designer Jennifer Graf creates new clothing out of the old as well as an "experience" by observing the customer's fashion sense, body type and attitude. GREENSBORO — It’s a cliche, but Jennifer Graf really did run away with New York’s Big Apple Circus when she was 18. Lucky for Greensboro fashion fans she ran away from the circus six months later. Graf, who grew up in Reston, Va., has designed and sewn her own clothes since she was a child. Now, with lots of New York fashion
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Downtown Greensboro Inc. has launched a passport summer event to draw people downtown. The event started June 1st and lasts through the end of September. Julia Roach with Downtown Greensboro Inc. said the idea came out of a meeting of the minds between their event board. “So the motive is to get you downtown and into different businesses,” Roach said. “So it's sort of like a scavenger hunt but there's some rewards in there for you too.” Link to Article/Vide