This Friday (4/3/15), Archival will be in Ashland, Oregon, for a Summit + Fields Pop Up show. The event corresponds with Ashland’s First Friday Artwalk and the holiday weekend. Summit is the kind of next wave, heritage style retail space we love. The store, catering to both men and women, mixes rugged, made in USA brands like Archival, Filson and Golden Bear with softer, California/lifestyle focused pieces by regional labels like Taylor Stitch and Fog Linen. Bonus note for vacationers: Summit is located on Ashland’s main drag – only few blocks walk from the famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Drop by the pop up, browse the brands and than dash over for an 8pm production of Guys and Dolls or Much Ado About Nothing.
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In case you were not able to drop by the Archival booth at Inspiration LA, here are some snap views from the show. One of the best parts of Inspiration was catching up with old friends and finally meeting longtime collaborators and brand fans. Take a look..
Rogue Territory and General Quarters Crew
Lauren and Tomo – friends from NorthernGrade Chicago
Lynn and Raymond Molinar – one of our favorite photogs
The gents from Men’s File
Chris Kostman (AdventureCORPS) and his vintage, buckskin jacket
Howard Gee (AB FITS)
Looking forward to catching up with Southern California stockists and customers at Inspiration LA. If you’re in the area, drop by and say hello to the AC team. For those who cannot make the show, here is how things looked at our booth in 2013 when the show was staged on the Queen Mary in Long Beach.
We’re excited to announce a new Archival x Heritage Dry Goods Pop-Up Shop for October 17 in Eugene, Oregon. We’ll be showcasing some of our new product releases including our updated, Archival Waxed Down Vest. We’ll also be giving away Archival Zip Totes during the event. Heritage Dry Goods, our Eugene stockist, will be showcasing their new expanded space and updated inventory of smartly curated, made in USA wares. Drop by and shop for Red Wing Pottery, Fairbault Blankets, Almond Surfboards & Design or something from the shop’s vintage outerwear offerings.
Archival Clothing will be making a local appearance at Heritage Dry Goods on Friday May 16 from 3 to 7 pm in our hometown of Eugene, Oregon. If you are a local fan, drop by and say hello. We’ll be showcasing our Spring releases and raffling off one of our new waxed twill Shoulder Tote to a lucky customer. We will also be serving a special beverages provided by two of our favorite downtown businesses, The Barn Light and Party Downtown.
This is a great opportunity to support local business, test out our bags in person and let us know what you would like us to make next. Come by for a free zip pouch (while supplies last) and a 10% discount on all purchases during the event. If there’s something you have been dying to try, email us at email@example.com and we will bring one by on the day of the event. Mark your calendar – it’s only two weeks away!
If you are a West Coast buyer or visiting Las Vegas, drop by the Archival booth at (capsule) show tomorrow through Wednesday. We’ll be previewing a few new models and showcasing our flagship models. Out of nostaglia, here are some snaps from our NYC booth.
Last week, the full Archival team converged in NYC for (capsule). Despite arctic conditions, we had a great time showing our bags, scouting new brands and checking in with old friends. Here are a few snaps from the show. If you missed us in NYC, we’ll be exhibiting at (capsule) Las Vegas in two weeks.
Japanese buyer in LL Bean vintage camo jacket
Bob aka Cork Grips
Back in business – Jordan Sayler (Winn Perry)
The gents from Arpenteur
Snow Peak rep in FWK Engineered Garments
Brad aka Well Spent wearing his staple Stark cardigan
Neil modeling one of his North Sea Clothing cardigans
Vintage Barbour in the North Sea booth
First generation Archival Tote
Archival will be attending the (capsule) menswear show in Berlin and NYC. If you’re in NYC, drop by and say hello to the Archival team. I (Lesli) will be taking snaps and documenting the event for a future post.
If you’re in the environs of Richmond, Virginia, this weekend, drop by and visit Archival at NorthernGRADE, a 100% made in USA, menswear pop up market. Archival stockist Need Supply, will be hosting the event at Haxall Point, a former hydroelectric generating plant. Archival Design Director, Tom Bonamici, will be showing a selection of bags and small goods.