Since 1999, Sneakersnstuff has been a haven for sneaker lovers in Stockholm, Sweden, and in the intervening years the retailer has expanded its purview to London in last year, and a new location in Paris just last week. The 2,000 square foot space is located in the Sentier area in Paris, housed in a building that was formerly occupied by a neighborhood bank. Sneakersnstuff once again commissioned Jenny Askenfors from design studio Bofink to create the retail concept, with interiors combining subtle Parisian influences — the Centre Georges Pompidou, Cubism, Yves Klein — with Swedish heritage details like the Orrefors, the Swedish Bumling lamp, the M90 camouflage pattern and more. Be sure to stop by if you’re in the area.
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