Rowing Blazers has opened a new pop-up shop in New York City for this weekend only.
Opened now through May 30th, the brand has returned to the space that housed its very first pop-up shop over three years ago.
Located at 2 Rivington Street, the Rowing Blazers pop-up showcases the brand’s new summer ‘21 collection including new rugby shirts made on vintage knitting machines; terry toweling polos and shorts; color-blocked, surf-inspired windbreakers; piqué polos, including a knitted chessboard pattern complete with embroidered chess pieces (and a matching cotton sweater); intarsia and lambswool knitwear; the brand’s first skirts and dresses; madras suits and shorts; pajama sets; Oxford and broadcloth button-downs handmade to order in the United States; graphic tees and sweats; and bucket hats, belts, mini banker bags, as well as a host of other accessories. Prices range from $48 to $695.
Additionally, the shop will stock the new colorways for men and women of both the iconic sheep sweater and the tongue-in-cheek “I’m A Luxury” sweater (in its original gray color scheme), from Rowing Blazers’ continued partnership with two legendary British knitwear brands famously worn by Princess Diana: Warm & Wonderful and Gyles & George.
Shop hours are 11am-7pm daily. Free made-in-NYC Rowing Blazers masks will be available at the door while supplies last.