The weekends are the best times to see the entire landscape of the local market. We decided to do some branching last week, to see what some of our comrades had to offer. Starting with our favorite, the trip didn’t start here, Rareco Vintage. Rare co is owned by our good friend Jeremy. Jeremy is more than a picker, everything about his selection process is art and design. Aesthetically we have a lot in common and often cross paths on route! Check out some of the cool that caught our eye.
Thinker made in Chester The “Thinker” Collection :: Thin, yet bold, iconic. The idea of being so simple and advanced it seems that it took ages to think of Thinker’s raw design esthetic proves intelligence, integrity, and style. The unstained wood provides a canvas for customability, however we encourage leaving it Raw. Each item is sourced with premium wood and hand nailed with precision. Sincerely, … Continue reading T H I N K E R :: Made in Chester
“The word “Coach” is used as a comprehensive title, that includes all forms of leadership.” -coachgaines And I am the one who is in need of Coaching more than anyone else. Encourage others to be great. Continue reading Squad Varsity Jacket
The Squad took sometime to enjoy the Jersey Shore with our good friends at Madison Marquette, a commercial real estate development firm, whose revitalizing the Asbury Park boardwalk. We launched a seasonal pop shop on the boardwalk in collaboration with Coastal lines retail concept space. Coastal Lines curated a mix of local artist, craftsman and surfers offering a unique shopping experience. See more
We are cut for the Northern Grade. A U. S. Made traveling pop up market that connects the designer direct to the end consumer. Functioning almost like a trade show, but available to the public. The Squad had the pleasure to participate in the debut of the DC Market. See recap photos by Emmanuel Afolabi Continue reading “The Squad at Northern Grade (recap)”
We loaded up the sprinter and took a journey to Brimfield, Mass. The Grand father of all flea markets. Some say that this was the first flea market in America. People from all over the world travel here to see multiple fields of awesomeness! World class collectors and dealers bring out their finest wares in hopes to service the most elite pickers and designers. The Coach linked up with photographer Louie Kovatch from Urban Renewal, to document the experience.