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The Pop Up Flea Returns to NYC This Weekend.

Dec 5th, 2013 | Categories: Pop Up Flea | by Michael Williams

The weekend of Pop Up Flea is upon us. Sixty top brands have amassed at 82 Mercer Street for what should prove to be the most concentrated collection of menswear goods on the planet. If you like well-made things and good people, this is the place to be this weekend. Everything is ready to go, the brands are geared-up and Nick Wooster is jumping on a plane back from Miami to be back in time. It’s a great time to be a man (or someone who needs to buy a gift for a man) in New York City.

The final vendor list is below. This is the largest group for a Pop Up Flea yet and can’t wait for all of this to be together in one room. See you tomorrow at 3pm sharp — make sure to say hello if you catch me.

Pop Up Flea | December 6-7-8 | 82 Mercer Street | New York City



Comments: 9

9 Comments to “The Pop Up Flea Returns to NYC This Weekend.”

  1. B. Smith
    on Dec 5th, 2013
    @ 11:20 AM

    This should be very epic, I’m really excited about the The Hill-Side and what they will be doing.

  2. SonofSarpy
    on Dec 5th, 2013
    @ 1:07 PM

    Hey what time does P-UF open and close for each day?

  3. Michael Williams
    on Dec 5th, 2013
    @ 2:40 PM

    Fri 3-8pm
    Sat 11-7pm
    Sun 12-6pm

  4. A Treasury of...
    on Dec 5th, 2013
    @ 7:36 PM

    Looking very much forward to the vendor-focused videos!

  5. Steven
    on Dec 7th, 2013
    @ 7:49 AM

    I like all the brands that expose here and it is a great opportunity to see them all together in a room, thanks for the info!

  6. Billy
    on Dec 7th, 2013
    @ 5:15 PM

    Epic indeed. Should be grand.

  7. Andrew
    on Dec 8th, 2013
    @ 12:26 PM

    Thank you for organizing this, it was awesome!

  8. Ryan Smith
    on Dec 8th, 2013
    @ 8:30 PM

    Really loved the space, Michael. You guys really nailed it this year.

  9. Jack Ackerman
    on Dec 9th, 2013
    @ 2:41 AM

    Great place for Made in USA clothing items there. There was a small one in San Francisco this weekend as well, nothing as prestigious as in NYC. Great Post. -Jack