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The Pop Up Flea (London) Rises.

Oct 3rd, 2013 | Categories: London, Pop Up Flea | by Michael Williams

BIRDS

The Americans are coming, the Americans are coming. On October 11-13 (next weekend) the Pop Up Flea packs its bags and heads to London for the first ever event outside of New York. It’s an adventure we’ve spent the last few years thinking about and we’re expecting to meet a lot of new people and have some good fun doing it. The address, info and brand list is below.

PUFLDN

211/214 Piccadilly
St James’s, London, W1

Friday, Oct 11th: 3pm to 8pm
Saturday, Oct 12th: 11am to 7pm
Sunday Oct 13th: 12pm to 6pm

Open to the public.

Vendors include:

Aether | Field Notes | Filson | General Knot & Co. | Levi’s Made & Crafted
Levi’s Vintage Clothing | London Undercover | Man Of The World | Marwood | Tellason
The Good Flock  | Todd Snyder | Tanner Goods |The Bread Collective | Red Wing Heritage | Shinola + MORE…

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Previewing Pop Up Flea V

Nov 29th, 2012 | Categories: Pop Up Flea | by Michael Williams

With the fifth ever Pop Up Flea which is taking place this weekend (kick-off tomorrow at 3pm), we decided to organize a little preview of what folks can expect at the event. We called up four vendors (Ted Harrington from Terrapin Stationers, Alexander Olch, Ben Clymer from Hodinkee and Chris and Kirk Bray from Billykirk) to talk about what people can expect to see from them at this year’s PUF and we also wanted to hear about their past experiences at the flea. Just a little taste of what is to come.

We have a huge line-up of great people with all sorts of amazing stuff to check out, so if you are in NYC make your way over to Pop Up Flea. Time and other info below. See you there.

Pop Up Flea V
Friday, Nov 30th 3pm – 9pm
Saturday, Dec. 1st 11am – 7pm
Sunday, Dec. 2nd 11am – 6pm

Drive-In Studios
443 W. 18th Street (nr. 10th Ave.)





Around the Corner | Pop Up Flea V

Nov 27th, 2012 | Categories: Pop Up Flea | by Michael Williams

An update with the vendor list for Pop Up Flea V that is taking place this coming weekend at 443 W. 18th Street.We have some really exciting new vendors and additions to PUF this time around with two floors of shops that will be full of interesting and compelling vendors from all over the United States. We will also have more than just clothing — expect everything from classic cars to home goods, vintage watches and a huge amount of other well-made stuff.

Additionally, Levi’s Vintage Clothing has taken over an entire studio on the second floor of the Pop Up Flea for ‘The Biker”, an exhibit of hand painted leather motorcycle jackets and also features books, photos, and other materials from the archive of  with photographer Danny Lyon. The PUF is the only place in NYC to see the LVC exhibit, so now is the time people.

Everything kicks off this Friday at 3pm and runs through Sunday. Hope to see you all there. [The Pop Up Flea]





The Pop Up Flea Rises

Nov 9th, 2012 | Categories: Pop Up Flea | by Michael Williams


Pop Up Flea returns for the 5th time. We’ve been working hard over the last few months to bring together a great group for a weekend of menswear fun in New York City. Expect to meet the people behind your favorite brands, get prepared to see exclusive products and plan on discovering something new at what should be the best Pop Up Flea yet. Dates and location information are below. A full vendor list will be announced shortly. Mark your calendar, save the date and join us at Pop Up Flea 5.

*New Location*
443 West 18th Street (btw 9th & 10th Ave.), NYC
November 30th, December 1st & 2nd, 2012

More on the history of Pop Up Flea here.




In the Books | Pop Up Flea IV

Dec 6th, 2011 | Categories: Pop Up Flea | by Michael Williams

Another Pop Up Flea in the books — a big thanks to all that participated, either as a vendor or those that just stopped by to check things out. The event has become much more than just a chance for folks to come and buy stuff, for that my cohort Randy Goldberg and I are truly proud. Speaking of Randy, much respect to him for all of his hard work and imaginative thinking. I would be hard pressed to name another project that I have as much fun producing — so cheers to you Mr. Goldberg. Pop Up Flea sort of came together at the last minute this year due to our struggles to find a suitable space. Eventually we found the venue (thanks to Whitney for that) and it was full speed ahead. I’m glad it all worked out. Randy and I are really proud of all that has come out of people attending the flea and the vendors putting in the effort to make it all happen. My thanks to all of them and to all that came by or supported other ways.

Below are some photos from the event. Some pictures are mine, some are via Travel Well and some are from Simple Threads.

See more here:

Travel Well | Simple Threads

Read more here:

New York Observer | New York Magazine | GQ





Quality Goods With No Obsolescence | Pop Up Flea IV

Dec 1st, 2011 | Categories: Pop Up Flea | by Michael Williams

The time is upon us, the fourth ever Pop Up Flea is happening this weekend in New York City. We’ve got 30+ vendors participating (brand list below), all but ensuring that there’s something for everybody. To give you an idea of what to expect, we made a little video highlighting just a few of the folks you will see at the flea.

During the process of assembling the roster, my cohort Randy Goldberg and I were guided by the conviction of quality goods with no obsolescence. We think we’ve exceeded our original goal, but we’ll let you be the judge. We will be at 159 Bleecker Street Friday, Saturday and Sunday — hope to see you there.

If you can’t make it, follow the action live on the Twitters via @pop_up_flea. Music (from the video): Middle Brother “Blue Eyes” Courtesy of Partisan Records.

 

 

 

 





The Pop Up Flea Rises

Nov 16th, 2011 | Categories: Housekeeping, Pop Up Flea | by Michael Williams

It’s that time of year again, Pop Up Flea time. Come December 2nd, 3rd and 4th we will be holding the fourth edition of our menswear market of desirable new and vintage goods — and all are welcome. We’re excited to release the brand line-up soon, but until them know that we are going to have a lot of the great folks from previous PUFs, and a bunch of great new labels. This could be dangerous — hide your kids, hide your wallet, hide your wife.

*New Location*
159 Bleecker Street, NYC
December 2nd, 3rd & 4th.


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