The Rowing Blazers Trading Post at Brentwood Country Mart
We're opening our first West Coast pop up at the famous Brentwood Country Mart in Los Angeles.
Opened in 1948, The Country Mart was modeled on a traditional English village market — but with a California twist. Today, the Mart features a diverse mix of tenants, from an old-timey burger joint to a Visvim concept space.
We'll be popping up inside the U.S. Post Office (officially Brentwood Substation No. 1) at the Country Mart. Still a functioning post office (yes you can mail letters and buy stamps there as well as candy), the tiny space will serve as our West Coast outpost with a curated selection of tees, polos, rugbies, dad hats, and, of course, blazers.
“The Country Mart is classic. And there’s nothing quite like it anywhere else in the world. It’s real old L.A. - but it’s also where some of the coolest people in the city hang out,” says founder Jack Carlson. “It’s cool without being flashy. And what could be better than doing a pop-up inside a post office?”
Brentwood Country Mart