The Atlanta Journal-Constitution interviews Buffalo Exchange Founder Kerstin Block and recommends Buffalo Exchange in “Cash for clothes: selling vs. consignment” on February 25, 2014: “I checked in with two experts in the resale industry to compile a list of tips for anyone considering selling clothing as we approach spring. … Kerstin Block, president and co-founder of Buffalo Exchange, is celebrating 40 years in the resale business this year with a vintage Airstream pop-up shop touring the country. Buffalo Exchange opened its first Atlanta shop about a year ago. (The tour comes through town on March 31.) Things have changed in the world of resale, they both say. “We have gone from being a pariah, to being a huge fashion statement,” Block says. Here are some tips to help you determine if selling or consigning may work for you. … Designer bags are golden. Most resale stores can’t get enough of these. Buffalo Exchange may even make exceptions and take a high-end bag on consignment, Block says.”
The Phoenix New Times featured Buffalo Exchange in “Buffalo Exchange Celebrates 40 Years with Vintage Airstream Pop-Up Shop in Tempe” on February 25, 2014: “The 1969 Airstream trailer … will feature vintage clothing, Western-themed merchandise, and giveaways … Buffalo Exchange staff up-cycled such salvaged items as sewing machines, thread spools, suitcases, and plumbing pipes to make cabinets, shelves, and clothing racks, tying it in with the store’s long-standing commitment to re-purposed fashion.”
Houstonia Magazine Shop Talk Blog featured the Buffalo Exchange 40th Anniversary Tour in “Buffalo Exchange Hits the Road” on February 28, 2014: “… The Tucson-based Buffalo Exchange will be touring the country in a 1969 Airstream trailer turned vintage pop-up shop, making stops at many of their locations across the U.S. … In addition to being filled with vintage goodies for sale, the trailer will be decked out with BE history such as throwback photos of founder Kerstin Block and the beginnings of the original store.”
SMU Daily Campus named Buffalo Exchange Best Resale Store in Best of SMU & The Park Cities 2014 on February 28, 2014: “Buffalo Exchange (3424 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, TX 75206) prides itself on having a superb collection of gently used designer clothing at a fraction of the brand-new cost. While you won’t be paying full price, the fashion selection will make you look like you did. Clientele often gush at how much fun it is just peruse the store’s unique and trendy collection. Customers come back again and again to look their best on a budget.”
The Daily Wildcat featured Buffalo Exchange in “Buffalo Exchange celebrates 40th with tour” on February 28, 2014: “Buffalo Exchange is going on a road trip to celebrate its 40th birthday. … In keeping with the company’s commitment to recycling the trailer is decked out in thrift store, salvage yards and flea market finds. … Tattoo art designed specifically for the project was used on the exterior of this “land yacht” for its retro cowgirl theme. … Throughout the trailer’s eclectically designed interior are old pictures of the owners’ early days, that give it a groovy vibe. … The tour kicks off March 7.”
In celebration of our 40th Anniversary, we converted a vintage 1969 Airstream into a pop-up shop that will be touring the nation and stopping at many of our stores along the way.
At each stop, the trailer will have a special selection of vintage and western apparel, fun promotions and freebies, and other great stuff!
Find out when the Airstream will be stopping at your neighborhood Buffalo Exchange;
Dallas Culture Map featured Buffalo Exchange in “Buffalo Exchange hits the road in cross-country Airstream pop-up tour” on February 22, 2014: “For two months, Buffalo Exchange will embark on the great American road trip in a vintage Land Yacht Airstream … A sneak peek inside the trailer … reveals a well-curated selection of boots, handbags, jewelry and clothing embodying a carefree bohemian vibe. (Think vintage cowboy boots, colorful ponchos, bright frocks and leather satchels.) … the Airstream is worth exploring too. Its hippie-chic aesthetic comes from eclectic styling; in true Buffalo Exchange fashion, the trailer is outfitted with items purchased from thrift stores, flea markets and salvage yards.”
Pendleton‘s Threads Blog featured Buffalo Exchange’s Fall/Winter Zine on February 21, 2014: “… were especially excited to be featured in the in-store publication of Buffalo Exchange. They have a nice write-up about our brand history … And, they have an accurate shirt label guide on the last page. … Thanks, Buffalo Exchange! If you are a vintage shopper, please check them out.”
Sign Age featured the Buffalo Exchange Airstream in “Buffalo Exchange gets a Trailer Wrap from Sign Age!” on February 21, 2014: “Buffalo Exchange is celebrating 40 years of new and recycled fashion. They started right here in Tucson and have expanded across the country. In celebration they will be touring the country in a ’69 Airstream starting in March. … Sign Age had the pleasure of wrapping the Airstream with really cool vehicle graphics designed by their creative marketing team. We had a lot of fun working with them on the production and installation of the graphics.”