Stüssy Announces New York Archive Sale

Another chance at one-of-one vintage goods.

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Though Stüssy operates a permanent archive store in Santa Ana, the longstanding Californian label has introduced pop-up archive sales intermittently across North America, including the occasional stop in New York. The heritage streetwear brand is set to return to the Big Apple, promising to bring a host of covetable vintage gear, including plenty of one-off items that won’t be available anywhere else.

Hosted at the former Marc Jacobs store in Soho, the selection reportedly comprises Stüssy’s largest archive sale to date. Heritage pieces dating back to the early ’90s will be on hand, with discounts off retail hitting up to 50% off. Re-releases of special collaborations with the likes of Mark Gonzales and Nike will also be hand. Key pieces include the silk tie from Stüssy’s Spring ‘19 campaign, retro varsity jackets and the sought-after Stüssy Japan x W-Line bikes. Check out the latter and the event flyer below.

Stüssy’s latest New York archive sale begins on October 18 — exactly one year since the last pop-up — and ends on October 20. Visit it at the following address:

Stüssy New York Archive Sale
163 Mercer St.
New York, NY 10012
October 18-20
Fri-Sat: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sun: 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Most recently, Stüssy dropped a collaborative set of Clarks Wallabees.

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