A look inside Rogues Gallery's 41 Wharf Street Store

Since September, I have interned at Rogues Gallery in Portland Maine. A few times a week I make the 70 mile drive down 295 to help Daniel Pepice and Alex Carleton with various projects. I have really enjoyed interning at Rogues Gallery and my experiences there have opened my eyes to a new world and inspired me a lot.

On Friday night I stopped by Rogues Gallery's flagship store on Wharf street in Old Port to drink some hot apple cider and check out their AW08 sale. Here is a look inside the store and more info about the sale that's going on right now.

Alex Carleton started Rogues Gallery in 2004, screen printing images of Maine onto vintage t-shirts out of his garage. The AW08 line of vintage t-shirts is now 40% off at 41 Wharf Street.

All Rogues Gallery jackets, sweaters, jeans and woven shirts are marked down 60%.

Hand made in Maine by Quoddy Trail Moccasin, Rogues' shoes come in high and low tops and are currently 40% off in the Wharf street store. I want the hightops in black with the white soles.

Chad holding down the fort.

The art and other Maine memorabilia in the store does a great job of conveying Rogues' brand.

In addition to carrying a the full line of Rogues Gallery, 41 Warf Street also caries Woolrich Woolen Mills, S.N.S. Herning, Band of Outsiders, Cheap Monday and A.P.C. all of which are marked down 25%. Rogues' bags are marked down 40%.

Unfortunately the seven point buck is not for sale.


Filson's Recent Press

Filson first came on my radar last holiday season when I went to the Portland Outdoor Store to look for boots. Since then, I have kept a keen eye out for articles discussing the American Workwear phenomena and specifically Filson. Here are some interesting articles.

A Genuine Article, Seattle Times

merican Heritage Brands Make a Comeback, LA Times

Fashion Report of 1920, NY Times

Portland Oregon Filson Store Opening, Fibre2Fashion.com

In addition to discussing classic brands like Filson, Pendleton, and Levi's, these articles discuss Rogues Gallery, a small "neo-classical" Portland Maine based brand where I intern. Enjoy,