Iconic British based clothing line Religion, in conjunction with the UK-centric NYCbased
retailer Any Old Iron, are proud to announce their recently revealed shopping
As follow up to Religion’s first ever NYC pop-up shop campaign launched back in
July of this year, the brand has taken over half of Any Old Iron’s retail space.
Located in the iconic Lower East Side (149 Orchard St.) the boutique’s English
inspired ambience is the perfect complement to Religion’s gritty East End roots, and
together, they aim to bring London’s rebellious shopping culture to NYC. Stocking
its current F/W13 collection since September 7th, Any Old Iron is the exclusive
carrier of the Religion brand in the Tri-State area. Together the brand and the store
will explore different events and collaborations that will aim to engage those New
York shoppers who are hungry for a taste of the Queen’s homeland.
ABOUT RELIGION: Established in the early 90’s, Religion grew out of the
chemically inspired London club scene. Starting as a niche t-shirt line, the brand has
developed a huge cult following based on it’s ‘No Fear’ policy, use anarchic
graphics, and design-led styles. By staying true to its London East End roots,
Religion has encountered great success in the UK (and Europe) and is now
expanding its horizons to the US.
ABOUT ANY OLD IRON: The first retail store of its kind to hit Manhattan, Any Old
Iron specializes in selling rare and UK-specific menswear. The majority of the
collections featured are exclusive to Any Old Iron and include labels like; Religion,
BolongaroTrevor, Vivienne Westwood, Horace, Unconditional, Keanan Dufty and
Jeffery West to name a few. Any Old Iron is the brainchild of designer/stylist,
Andrew Clancey, and arts-entrepreneur, Christopher Melton.