The good people from (capsule) + Randy Goldberg and I kicked off our little impromptu shop Old & New yesterday on New York’s far West Side this weekend. While it was stifling hot, everyone managed to have a good time amongst some great vintage and a few up-and-coming brands. I spent most of the time running around and chatting with folks, I did manage to sneak a couple of shots of the place to give you an idea of what the place is all about. The shop continues on all day today (Monday 7/18) & tomorrow right around the corner from (capsule) and all are welcome.
This weekend my good pal Randy Goldberg and I are teaming up with the folks from the (capsule) trade-show on an impromptu shop called Old & New. Starting this Sunday we’ve commandeered a raw space on the far West Side and filled it with vintage dealers, a few up-and-coming labels and other respected local makers like Terrapin Stationers. Old & New runs for three days, is open to the public and should prove to be good fun. All of the details below.
An impermanent shop with goods by:
Dehen 1920, Quit.Mad.Stop., Tipton & Co., Orange Crush Exports, Strongarm C&S, Co., Tart, B4 It Was Cool, McSweeney’s Books, Terrapin Stationers.
And an installation of commodities and props from byKenyan.
Open to the public at large.
Three days only:
Sunday, July 17. Noon To Seven.
Monday, July 18. Ten To Seven.
Tuesday, July 19. Ten To Six.
Opening night event, July 17th at Five.
142 11th Avenue
(Entrance on 21st Street)
New York City
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