American Field, a pop-up market for Made in the U.S. brands, is expanding its reach this fall.
In addition to its events in Boston, Brooklyn, Atlanta and Washington, D.C., the company will add San Francisco and Nashville to its roster as well this year.
American Field was founded by Mark Bollman, founder of Ball and Buck, to support and promote American heritage brands. The offering includes everything from apparel to whiskey.
Among the new labels that will be featured at the pop-ups this time are New Balance and Polartec. Other participants include Bespoke Watch Projects, Crawford Denim, April May Jewelry, LVR accessories and Sidgl messenger bags.
“With American Field, I want to create an experience that is engaging, memorable and meaningful, for both the consumer and designer,” Bollman said. “And everything that is offered is special and unique to American Field. You can’t find them anywhere else.”
The Boston edition will kick off the American Field fall market on Sept. 17 and 18, followed by San Francisco on Oct. 8 and 9. Washington, D.C., will be held Oct. 15 to 16; Atlanta Nov. 12 to 13; Nashville Nov. 19 to 20, and Brooklyn will end the tour on Dec. 3 and 4.
American Field started in 2012 and is free to the public.