London Pop-Up Shop
Rowing Blazers’ London Pop-Up Shop is located in the West End’s Seven Dials district - an historic Conservation Area with Outstanding Status. Over the years, the area’s attracted some of the U.K.‘s biggest cultural icons, counting Beatles’ manager Brian Epstein and Monty Python’s Michael Palin and Terry Gilliam amongst its denizens. Today, Seven Dials is home to dozens of cozy fashion boutiques, Michelin-starred eateries, historic pubs and some of the West End’s most popular theaters. Our London pop-up - which features items from our collaboration with British knitwear legends Gyles & George - is open now until Christmas.
Rowing Blazers London Pop-Up Shop
16 Earlham Street
London WC2H 9LN, UK
Open Daily 11:00am-7:00pm
Murray's Toggery Shop
Rowing Blazers’ Nantucket Pop-Up is located within the legendary Murray’s Toggery Shop, nestled atop quaint and cobblestoned Main Street in the island’s Downtown Historic District. Murray’s officially opened in 1945, but its roots can be traced back further: the location first was first opened by R. H. Macy as a dry goods store in 1843 before eventually becoming a toggery shop in 1916, providing locals with essentials like footwear, waders, hunting clothes and foul weather gear. In the 1960s, Murray’s introduced their iconic Nantucket Reds canvas: a durable, dusty pink fabric that’s “guaranteed to fade” and has since come to define the island’s aesthetic identity. Today, you can find pieces from the Rowing Blazers x Murray’s Toggery capsule - including items in that unmistakable pink hue - along with other Rowing Blazers favorites at the shop, which still proudly anchors both the north end of Main Street and the Nantucket community at large.
Rowing Blazers Nantucket Pop-Up Shop
(Inside Murray’s Toggery Shop)
Nantucket Downtown Historic District
62 Main Street, Nantucket MA 02554
Select Rowing Blazers items are available at Fred Segal’s Sunset Boulevard and Malibu locations. Fred Segal is the iconic lifestyle brand that defined the LA Look and sparked a revolutionary shift in style, changing retail and pop culture forever. In 1961, Fred Segal - dubbed the original “Curator of Cool” - opened his first store, inventing the denim bar and pulling American Style Westward: foretelling that people wanted to be comfortable, casual and sexy. In addition to designing his own collection, Fred pioneered the shop-in-shop concept and experiential retail, resulting in a brand built on heritage, inclusivity and love.
Fred Segal Sunset
8500 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90069
Fred Segal Malibu
3822 Cross Creek Road
Malibu, CA 90265