Sew it Goes Vintage was founded in 2009 by Los Angeles native and FIDM alum, Constance Baker. SIGVintage originally took flight with the collaboration of the MAS Boutique in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles, mainly selling reworked dresses and blouses.
Constance found a way to expand the business of Sew it Goes by participating as a pop up shop with various music festivals like the FYF FEST, Edward Sharpe's Big Top, and The Newport Folk Festival's Way Over Yonder in Santa Monica. Chances are if you've attended the FYF FEST Music Festival any time between 2009 - 2014 you've probably shopped the Sew it Goes Vintage booth.
As of October 2014, Constance Baker gave Sew it Goes Vintage a new home by opening it's first store in Highland Park Los Angeles, which goes by the name Weepah Way. The name inspired by the Laurel Canyon neighborhood Constance grew up in, is a mix of highly curated Sew it Goes Vintage along with imported soft goods and textiles from Greece and Turkey.