Our second space on ACK: The Annex

As you all probably know, we opened a store on Nantucket. But what you may not know is that we actually opened TWO. Two spaces, one big For Now. The concept of our main retail space (on the left side) follows suit of that in Boston and designed to help brands make a summer-long splash on Nantucket.

Across the hall, you will find our “annex,” a second space designed for brands looking for short term pop-up opportunities. This space is available for a day, or for a week and is dedicated to one brand at a time. With a rotation of 10+ brands spread out over July + August, you can look forward to an exciting lineup of shopping and events. See the list in progress below!

Outdoor Voices

July 1-7

Outdoor Voices is excited to be #DoingThings in one of New Englands most beautiful and recreation-loving towns. You can catch us biking, swimming, surfing or jogging our way around the island from July 1-7. 


July 2-3, 6

Couplet is a fine jewelry company dedicated to doing more with ethically sourced stones. They love getting customers involved in the customization process.

Uwila Warrior

July 8-14

Uwila Warrior started to make underwear that didn’t require tugging at panty lines and suffering through thongs. Underwear that was not about pleasing someone else, but instead celebrated a woman’s body.

Alice Walk

July 20-27

Alice Walk is a personalized, fresh approach to women’s fashion. They believe that pairing classic silhouettes with beautiful, unique fabrics is the recipe for creating a fresh yet timeless wardrobe.

Addison Bay

July 31- August 7

Addison Bay launched in 2018 with the mission of being the premier multi-brand destination for active fashion. They focus on curating a collection with a focus on approachable style and function for the modern woman.

Dudley Stephens

August 10-17

Dudley Stephens was founded by two sisters on Long Island Sound. They were inspired by their active upbringing to reimagine fleece. The brand custom designs a range of style-forward silhouettes that go from shore to city with ease. They proudly manufacture their #dsgoods in Brooklyn, the majority of styles spun from recycled yarn.

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