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20th Century Cafe's Vintage Maven; People Mag's Huge Google Oops; 3D-Printed Custom Glasses; More

Welcome to On the Racked where Racked SF editor Kristen Philipkoski shares the top fashion and retail news of the week.

[Photo: Aubrie Pick]

HAYES VALLEY—20th Century Cafe's Michelle Polzine has an amazing vintage clothing collection. She styled some pieces for us at her new cafe.

EVERYWHERE—People magazine used the wrong photo: a picture of Telihana was identified as Amanda Rosenberg, Sergei Brin's reported girlfriend. Oops.

SILICON VALLEY—Made-to-order 3D-printed eyeglasses are now a reality.

CORTE MADERA AND SAN JOSE—Two new C. Wonder stores will open in the Bay Area this fall.

EMBARCADERO—Dockers and the America's Cup have teamed up to host a free concert series in San Francisco called Sounds of San Francisco.

EVERYWHERE—This week in Editor's Picks we've got a simple ring with tons of personality, easy-to-wear matte lipstick, a rustic lunch tote, and tons more.

PALO ALTO— "Sex positive" sex-toy purveyor Good Vibrations will open a store on University Avenue in early October:

CUPERTINO—The new iPhone 5c comes in pink! It's made of hard-coated polycarbonate plastic and is also available in blue, green, white and yellow.