Here is another round of images of our new store construction.
Be sure to check back tomorrow when we'll show you the finished product.
November of 1926 was the first time the Chicago Blackhawks would take the ice as a franchise of the National Hockey League. They would go on to defeat the Toronto St. Pat's at the Chicago Coliseum.
We thought today would be perfect to highlight two of the most beloved Blackhawk legends - Bobby Hull & Stan Mikita.
We are doing our best to keep you updated on the progress of the new Mitchell & Ness Flagship Store and we hope you are enjoying. Here are the next round of photos...
Mitchell & Ness at 1201 Chestnut opens to the public this weekend so be sure to check it out...we guarantee you will want to see this space in person. We will, however, be sure to post completed photos for all of our long-distance fans so stay tuned.
We know you've been waiting for more hockey jerseys and we have two of our newest additions to the Vintage collection to show you! Check out the New York Rangers 1971 - 1972 Brad Park & Rod Gilbert jerseys! Let us know what you think!
Mitchell & Ness recently had the great honor of working with Gibbs Connors, an amazing artisan who specializes in the traditional craft of signmaking. In 1986, Connors began painting signs and trucks in New York. His breathtaking portfolio includes numerous signage and window lettering projects for prestigious storefronts in Philadelphia.
Mitchell & Ness' apparel is known for its authenticity and craftsmanship. We wanted to bring about the same level of craftsmanship and detail to our new flagship store windows. Therefore, we consulted with Connors who brought his beautiful hand painting skills to life at 1201 Chestnut Street. Witnessing him paint was so refreshing and inspiring, we wanted to share some photos of his work-in-progress.
For more information on Gibbs Connors, please check out his website at www.gibbsconnors.com.