Come check out the hottest sneaker boutique in south Florida. Hipster appeal with a NY vibe, the Archives presents the fall/winter launch of Bubucheek Clothing. Be the first to grab the softest hoodies around and grab a drink at their open bar as DJ MK spins. This exclusive event includes invited guests: Tyler Greene – Houston Astros, Jon Jay – St. Louis Cardinals, Adam Ciesielski – Actor, Mike Morse – Washington Nationals, Gio Gonzalez – Washington Nationals, Anthony Swarzak – Minnesota Twins and other local celebrities, media members and industry professionals.
Bubucheek makes Limited Edition Graphic Tees, Hoodies, Beanies, Scarves and Loungewear. Bubucheek started in 2008 by Russ Gossett, Austin Wasserman and Richard Giannotti. We started Bubucheek with a phone call to an old friend and a meeting with a new one. Since those first sweaty days printing in an attic in July 2008, we have continued to build a brand with a purpose encouraging everyone to “Think Positive. Live Confident.” While printing on premium fabric, we also keep our designs simple and color schemes relevant to the season. We strive to create an atmosphere that allows customers to become friends and provide them with great customer service. www.bubucheek.com
If you’re looking for exclusive, fresh finds, look no further. The Archives offers newly released, limited edition sneakers, accessories, and clothing for men. Keep up with us on Facebook and Twitter for VIP store events like live musical performances, exclusive autograph sessions, fan photos, art shows and exhibits. Inspired by minimalist designs found in New York’s SOHO boutiques and a love of fashion and sneakers, Brad and team have come together to deliver something special to Fort Lauderdale’s historic fashion thoroughfare. Brad brings you The Archives. The Archives is located on the East end of the famed Las Olas Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Less than two miles from the beach and steps from the beautiful Riverwalk, tourists and locals alike can be found strolling the boulevard, dining at sidewalk cafes, and, of course, shopping. With the addition of a trend setting boutique for men, Fort Lauderdale’s upbeat, high-fashion district now has it all.