Newly re-launched Stall & Dean exhibits rare antique & pop culture memorabilia at Chelsea Market

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Newly re-launched Stall & Dean exhibits rare antique & pop culture memorabilia at Chelsea Market
120-Year-Old Sports Apparel Brand Takes Guests on a Journey Through American Sports History with “The Museum of American Manufacturing” in New York City.



NEW YORK, NY.- Stall & Dean, one of the first American sports apparel brands, today announced its first art exhibition, “The Museum of American Manufacturing,” on display at Chelsea Market. Coinciding with the global celebration of the Summer Olympics, the exhibit takes New Yorkers and visitors through an American manufacturing time machine with its unique display of diverse sports memorabilia and artifacts created by Stall & Dean throughout the years.

Showcasing baseball, football, basketball, hockey, and even lifestyle and entertainment memorabilia, The Museum of American Manufacturing – organized by Stall & Dean’s Business and Creative Strategist Zaire Baptiste – offers guests the ability to get up close and personal with these special pieces as they walk through the iconic market.

“We are so excited to bring this one-of-a-kind show to New York City’s Chelsea Market,” said Zaire Baptiste. “For an exhibit that is centered around cultural moments and historic storytelling in America, we couldn’t think of a better place to have these works on display.”

Examples of some of the one-of-a-kind artifacts include an original New York Yankees jersey, a 100-year-old football helmet and one of Stall & Dean’s augmented reality sweatshirts from their Negro League capsule collection that allows guests to experience narrated stories about the league’s beginnings.

Guests can experience the entire exhibition on display throughout the main concourse at Chelsea Market through September. Additionally, guests can scan QR codes displayed next to each piece that tells the history of the artifact. There will also be another QR code on display that will have a video montage of personalities wearing the brand.

Stall & Dean re-launched during the pandemic and looked to lead the rebrand with content instead of clothing. By using it’s rich heritage to move into more sectors than apparel, Stall & Dean is moving towards utilizing the latest technology, such as their partnership with Arloopa to bring their Negro League collection to life, to tell the stories of their memorabilia and collectibles. Stall & Dean is also planning it’s first fashion show for 2022 and is looking to make it an experience for all.










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