I love the Bay Area with all my heart, but sometimes, on very rare occasions, I wish I was in New York. Like this week, when these three events are happening:
- Nov 14th-16h, Meermin Trunk Show: Meermin is holding a trunk show from November 14th until the 16th. The location will be at 481 Broadway (cross street Broome) in Soho, with opening from 10am until 6pm each day. At the event, you’ll be try on different sizes and lasts, so you can become familiar with Meermin’s range; buy samples of newly released styles (including some that were exclusively produced for the show); and check out samples of previous made-to-order shoes, in case you’re interested in trying out their customization program.
- Nov. 15th, Gentlemen’s Vintage Show: Additionally, the Gentlemen’s Vintage Show will be happening on November 15th, from noon until 7pm, at 110 West 19th Street. Many of the big names in vintage menswear will be present, including Heller’s Cafe, Strongarm Clothing & Supply, and Peter Schubert. Expect everything from rare vintage denim to hand tailored suits. Admissions is $15 at the door, and $10 online. You can get more information at Manhattan Vintage.
- Nov 16th-17th, StyleForum Trunk Show: Lastly, StyleForum will be holding a trunk show for some of their affiliate vendors, including No Man Walks Alone, Kent Wang, The Hanger Project, Yellow Hook Neckties, JP Marcellino, Franco Ercole, and more. Stop by to see some really great clothing, shoes, and accessories. While you’re there, you can have a drink, eat some food, and meet some really nice people. The event will be taking place on November 16th and 17th (Saturday and Sunday), from 12 pm until 7pm, at the Third Streaming Gallery (located at 10 Greene Street, on the second floor).