Rudy’s barbershop, New York City

February 11th, 2015 by retail design blog

Remember our previous post about last year’s arrival of Rudy’s barbershop pop-up in Williamsburg? Well, they’re back for the coming holiday season. The new retail venture opens at the very same spot, but with a tweaked format. This time Rudy’s barbershop teams up with fellow west coast brands Poler and Verve coffee roasters to supply the neighbourhood with fresh retail and single-origin coffee. Poler has brought along camping gear and apparel for people who love travel and the outdoors, but also for those a little less active and who just want to look good in them.


Also included in the offerings are brand new items from a recent collab with Nike. Verve coffee roasters hail from Santa Cruz, and this is the brand’s first outpost in the city, and comes with all the necessary machinery and well-trained staff to serve shoppers their renowned black brew at its best. Last but not least, Rudy’s barbershop pitches in with its expert trimming and shaving services and equally popular branded product range .


via Superfuture

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