Creative Loafing featured Buffalo Exchange in its College Guide for “18 ways to do ATL right” on August 6, 2015: “If you’re strapped for cash … your best bet for turning old rags into cash is to head over to Buffalo Exchange in Poncey-Highland. The success rate for selling clothes here … tends to be higher than some of the other consignment shops around town. …”
The Zoe Report mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Fashion PSA: Now is a Really Good Time to go Thrifting” on August 5, 2015: “The editors of The Zoe Report have been on a bit of a thrifting tear lately. … donating or selling unwanted items in one fell swoop. …thrift stores like Buffalo Exchange… you might say that there has never been a better time to be a vintage fan and thrift shopper. You know what they say: One woman’s trash is another woman’s treasure.”
By Keri Carder, Buffalo Exchange New Orleans
We took a moment to sit down with Buffalo Exchange shopper and personal stylist, Kris, and discussed all things fashion from his personal style to influences.
The New York Times mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “The Marie Kondo Effect: A Closet’s Loss, a Consignor’s Gain” on August 4, 2015: “…The book’s philosophy on decluttering was also a boon to consignment boutiques in New York. … At the Buffalo Exchange in the East Village, a secondhand clothing store popular with students, the store manager, Amanda Garrett, said she gets five to six people a day seeking to unload their wares after reading the book. ‘They seem to be letting go of things that in the past they would have held on to a little longer, perhaps for sentimental reasons,” she said, “or maybe it was a great sample-sale score.’…”
By Joe Carrel, Buffalo Exchange Tempe
I just caught a glimpse—a shiny flash of red and gold peeking out from under his western shirt. So after asking to see the vintage belt buckle of longtime Buffalo customer Will Feher, I inquired if he had any others. Boy, did he.
WGNO featured Buffalo Exchange New Orleans in “Watch sexy guys struggle to pick the perfect red dress?!” on August 3, 2015: “If you’re planning to run this weekend, you better have a red dress! … At Buffalo Exchange, they are prepared for the Red Dress Run with nearly 600 dresses. All year they collect red dresses in preparation for the red dress festivities. “Guys want sexy and sparkly dresses. Some men want really short and some men want really long. I’ve even heard some men ask for natural fabrics. The ladies are a little more skilled at buying dresses. Women want dresses that fit properly while men want to show off,” Lyons said. Keenan O’Callaghan is one of the guys who is on the hunt for the perfect red dress! “There are so many to choose from. All of them are fantastic. It really is whichever one fits you best,” he said. …”