Shaftesbury has announced the official opening of a debut pop-up store in Seven Dials for Rowing Blazers, the cult American clothing brand most well-known for their irreverent take on preppy clothing.
Located on 16 Earlham Street, and spanning 872 sq ft, Rowing Blazers Seven Dials represents the brand’s first bricks-and-mortar British store which offers an edit of product from their A/W’21 collection fronted by Pete Davidson and Ziwe Fumudoh.
Key product in-store includes a selection of rugby shirts, knitwear, jackets and accessories and the brand iconic and namesake rowing blazers. Visitors will also find a selection of jumpers for the recently relaunched ‘80s knitwear brand, Gyles and George.
Samantha Bain-Mollison, retail director at Shaftesbury, commented: “We are excited to welcome Rowing Blazers to Seven Dials for their first UK store opening. To have this international brand join the destination is a credit to the authentic and eclectic style found throughout Seven Dials and will add to our already diverse offering in the lead up to Christmas. As well as growing the retail appeal of the area, Rowing Blazers has been strategically positioned to strengthen the existing character of Earlham Street as the home of contemporary design, fashion and lifestyle.”
Jack Carlson, founder of Rowing Blazers, added: “Seven Dials is such a vibrant neighbourhood and to be among so many other like-minded brands is great for our first UK-based physical retail store. We were very selective when searching for the perfect location and Seven Dials’ mix of big name and independent premium brands, as well its emphasis on community, makes it the ideal destination for us to launch at.”
This Way Next acted for Rowing Blazers. Hanover Green, Nash Bond and Cushman & Wakefield represent Seven Dials.