May 24, 2014
Because once just wasn't enough, a second collaborative pop-up shop from Barber's new Barber & Supply (a GQ-endorsed spot in the Coolest City on the Planet) opened its doors today in Williamsburg, teaming up with cult favorite FairEnds for one original retail experience. FairEnds, of course, are known for their five-panel caps and the team behind the brand curated the shop with exclusive items like tote bags, backpacks, t-shirts, and even a hot sauce made locally on their Montana farm. The shop is small but expertly edited, stocked as a one-stop emporium (Flint & Tinder underwear, Drifter bags, Danner boots, Taylor Stitch shirts and pants, and, of course, FairEnds hats) for any weekend warrior, whether he's brunching hard or heading out of town to rougher terrain. FairEnds friend and artist Brian Montuori even contributed one hilarious outdoor-inspired mural of a bee-chased bear to the walls and also has a graphic t-shirt up for grabs. The perfect post-haircut shop will be popped-up through July, but don't worry if you can't make it to Williamsburg; a selection of the product will also be available on the Barber & Supply and Fair Ends websites.