Saie Vintage

When thinking of recycling, we often forget the triangle starts from reducing and reusing. Our first steps towards a cleaner planet are reducing the amount of waste we create and reusing whenever we can. With sustainability always at the forefront of Saie’s mission, we’ve decided to create Saie Vintage— our way of reducing existing waste by reusing quality clothing.

Shopping vintage is a sustainable solution to the fashion industry’s enormous environmental footprint. Instead of producing brand new cookie-cutter merch, we’ve asked our favorite vintage curators to select one-of-a-kind pieces for you. Each month, three vendors will curate their very own Saie exclusive collection of preloved pieces available for you to shop here at Saie. Think of it as merch done the Saie way— good for you and the planet we love.

This Month's Curators

  • Large Lemonade
    Large Lemonade was born from Brooke’s love of vintage and creating meaningful, wearable art pieces via chainstitch embroidery. LL has evolved from offering embroidery services to an LA based event and design house. LL’s lifeline lies in the satisfaction of working with antique analog chainstitch machines and creating unique garments for clients.
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  • Eveliina Vintage
    Eeva Musacchia started Eveliina Vintage in the early 1970’s in Helsinki, Finland. Today you can find Eeva and her twin daughters either at trade shows in NYC, LA and London or taking on clients by appointment to shop poolside in Miami Beach. Eveliina pieces are rare, romantic, one of a kind finds for everyday use.
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  • Kikos Kloset
    From a young age Kayla Dickie, aka Kiko, wondered about the stories behind vintage garments: Who wore the piece?  Where did it travel? Who will dance in it next? Kayla founded Kikos Kloset to share this love of vintage with others. Her mission is simple: Don’t dress to impress, dress to inspire. Because at the end of the day if you can’t dance in it, why wear it?
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