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Archival Field Trip – Project NYC

   If you’re in NYC for market week, drop by and visit Archival at Project.  We’ll be participating in MADE by PROJECT,  a pop-up concept comprised of some of our favorite heritage brands creating products on the floor.  While I won’t be hammering grommets or bartacking web belts, I will be wandering the show taking …

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Archival Fieldtrip – NYC/Brooklyn

Snap views of my recent visit to NYC/Brooklyn. Wages of Fear – best film I’ve seen in ages. If you live in NYC, you should be at the movies right now. Kiosk – home of Reference Library’s famous Steele tote in black. 45 rpm Goose Barnacle – Brooklyn Stuart & Wright Hickorees -Brooklyn Bridgestone MB-1 …

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Archival NYC

Armando Negron, owner, Upland Trading Co (199x?) I’m heading to New York for a quick visit with friends. In addition, I’ll be scouting a few favorite shops and taking in archival entertainments at Film Forum, at The Oak Room and on Broadway. Alas, not on my agenda will be a visit to the Upland Trading …

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Archival Announcement: Pop Up Flea Appearance

There’s a Pop Up Flea in Nolita this weekend, and we will be there! Come by on Friday or Saturday and see what’s new at Archival Clothing. Meet Tom, the designer of our bags, and share your feedback. This is an exciting event because many of the best purveyors of heritage menswear are participating. Although …

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Archival Field Trip: NYC/Brooklyn (Pt 2)

Back in Eugene, I’m fast forwarding through some more snapshots from our recent trip to NYC. If you live in NYC, you should be watching a movie nearly every night. No excuses. During our trip, we were able to catch a screening of Frederick Wiseman‘s new documentary, Boxing Gym. In a future post, we will …

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