Fall 2018 Pop Up Shop Event
Our first ever Fall Pop Up Shop was a success! for the second time this year, we were back at H. Smith Shop, the Point Breeze based, unisex barbershop/art gallery. Only this time around our two-day shopping event was a little different as it featured our kick off night on Friday Nov. 16th and concluded with a busy follow-up day on Saturday Nov. 17th. Throughout both days patrons were treated to complimentary beer and wine and haircuts and beard trims (via appointment.) Our resident stylist, Fabric of a Man, was on hand sharing cool fashion tips too. We were so excited to introduce shoppers to Mathew Arts, a local Philly designer, who gave everyone the 411 on the debut of his new carryall collection. DJ MatPat (a.k.a. Clubbyboy,) was also in the house spinnin’ some slick, laid back groves keeping vibe chill. It was dope. Thank you to all our followers and customers who showed up and showed out! Special thanks to our friend Shawn Miller, owner of H. Smith Shop for opening his doors to Armour and sharing his space with us. What a wonderful collaborative affair!
Next up? Armour’s Spring 2019 Pop Up. Stay tuned for details. Cheers!
Spring 2018 Pop Up Shop Event – Penn Relay/Philly Pride Weekend
Armour’s Pop Up Shop Event during Philly’s Penn Relay/Black Pride weekend (April 27th-28th) was a great success! This year we partnered with our friends at H. Smith Shop, a local barber shop/art gallery in Philly’s Point Breeze section, to offer a slightly different shopping experience for our customers. Our pop up included two fun-filled afternoons chock full of handsomely curated menswear, exclusive “in-store only” items, grooming services and complimentary skincare products (courtesy of H. Smith Shop,) cool artwork, a live DJ, free drinks and models. Here’s a pictorial featuring some of the festivities!
Our last Pop UP Shop was a great success! Shoppers were able to mingle, sip and shop throughout the afternoon and meet our featured artist Bariq Cobbs, a bold Hip Hop enthusiast with an creative spirit reminiscent of Romare Bearden himself. Style blogger Fabric of A Man was also on hand offering our patrons his off the cuff fashion tips and suggestions. The two day shopping event was handsomely curated with a stylish African inspired vibe including casual menswear separates and accessories from De La Sebure, Maxhosa by Laduma, Josh Amor, Demain Dumbo, Rock Avenue and Dasoul by Andrew Nowell. The shopping space was provided by our good friends at The Tactile Group conveniently located in downtown Philly. Props to KC Brown Photography for all the cool images. Special thanks to our local talent Dwayne Townsend, a model, actor, DJ, and local fitness coach. Check out our photo round up and we hope to see you at our next pop up!
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