207 3rd Street, San Juan Bautista, CA 95045 / store ph: 831-623-4285
We Buy Vintage! call 510.926.0237
San Pablo Avenue location, Berkeley - 1997
Telegraph Avenue location, Berkeley - 2005
Park Avenue location, San Jose - 2008
San Carlos Avenue location, San Jose - 2012
Time Zone Vintage started in Berkeley in 1997 on San Pablo Avenue, then relocated to Telegraph Avenue where it flourished. Selling men and women's vintage clothing (1930's thru 1980's), accessories, jewelry, Danish Modern and Mid-century furniture and collectibles. In 2005 the owner moved to the South Bay and continued to commute to Berkeley. Later the store was relocated to Park Avenue in San Jose, in 2008. Outgrowing the Park Avenue location, the store moved to a larger facility on San Carlos Avenue. In 2012 Time Zone Vintage closed its physical location on San Carlos Avenue to open bi-monthly Pop-up shops and focused on producing fashion shows and events.
In 2016, Time Zone Vintage re-opened at a permanent location in beautiful San Juan Bautista! becoming one of 8 unique retail shops located inside 'Bear Flag Gallery, Mall' in the heart of historical downtown 3rd street, one block from the Old Mission San Juan Bautista.
Time Zone Vintage is smaller, more selective, but still sells awesome men and women's vintage clothing, accessories, jewelry, antique and kitch collectibles.
Bear Flag Gallery MallDowntown 3rd Street during a festival
Time Zone Vintage
This is for real! Vintage and Alpacas... now that's original!
A sole proprietorship retail business, owned and operated by J. Perez-Moya. Selling mainly authentic men and women's vintage clothing, accessories and jewelry, online and at their physical location in San Juan Bautista.
After closing it's physical location in 2012, Time Zone Vintage opened Pop-up shops. Later the shop owner was approached to showcase their vintage clothing in various productions and fashion events. In 2013, J. Perez-Moya was hired as Associate Producer for BAFW (BayArea Fashion Week), and helped produce 9 consecutive days of fashion shows during Fashion Week. Each held at different locations and venues in the South Bay. In 2015, Time Zone Vintage was scouted by RAW-Natural Born Aritsts, on Model Mayhem and invited to be one of their featured Artists. The show was a huge success!
Flier for 'Catwalk Down The Boulevard' fashion show.
In 2013, J. Perez-Moya produced her own fashion shows and events. In 2014 she created 'Catwalk Down the Boulevard' a yearly non-profit fashion show gala, inviting local Designers to showcase their fashion designs on the runway.
Jewelry and Accessory Designers were also interested in participating and requested to showcase their wares during the show... And 'FashionMarket Soiree' was created, a wildly popular and successful indoor/outdoor flea market. A fun addition to the CwDTB fashion show, featuring a variety of eclectic vendors and small retail businesses.
MISSION STATEMENT: CwDTB (Catwalk Down The Boulevard) benefits non-profit companies targets mainly, adoptive organizations/agencies. Proceeds go towards helping children and teenagers in the Foster Care system. website: tba