Europe’s leading Sneaker event is doing it in style this spring. With an even bigger space, meaning more sellers and more of the rarest kicks in the world; Crepe City is back again to present the biggest sneaker event the UK has ever seen.
If you love trainers, Crepe City is the place to be on Saturday the 25th of April. Following on from the success of previousCrepe City events, this one will feature even more sellers, showing 1000s of rare sneakers in over 200 stalls, including a number of European sellers showcasing the rarest of sneakers from all of your favourite brands.
Crepe City will also be the place where you can spot the forthcoming releases from Puma, Diadora and more brands, along side their current drops. We are also excited to announce you will be able to see and get our latest official CC collabs’: a limited edition Crepe City x Ropes Laces pack and the new Crepe City x Jason Markk kit. Also interactive personalised teeshirts will be available to buy from customisation brand: YR Store, who recently collaborated with A Bathing Ape, as seen on Skepta.
Because we can’t just wear sneakers, CC is now featuring a new area “Crepe City Boutique” with an exclusive unisex selection of some of the best sports, streetwear, lifestyle brands and accessories, including sneakers for female sneaker heads. Alongside this another streetwear section ‘The Basement’ will showcase menswear with a specific focus on rare streetwear deadstock with sofas for a relaxed atmosphere to hang out in when it all gets too much!
And last but not least US socks brand ‘Stance’ will be showcasing their latest collections and collaborations within the ‘CC Boutique’ area as well as the main stalls area in which they will have a custom living room set up bringing a bespoke experience to the event.
The Panel is a burgeoning hub that hosts a slew of meaningful trainer related conversations that exists both online and in the real world.
Earlier this month The Panel hosted their second discussion, in celebration of Air Max Day 2018, covering a range of topics from Air Max Day, Sean Wotherspoon and the hype surrounding his Nike collab, and methods of how sneakers are released. Check out part 2 above.
Follow them on Instagram at @thepanel.online and join in the conversation at their group on Facebook by searching “The Panel – A Trainer Conversation.
This past NBA All-Star game Pharrell Williams adidas Crazy BYW had an exclusive release and much like many of the All-Star weekend exclusives the model has been slated to get a wider release later this year although it will only be in two Pink colourways.
The first of the two will be served up in Black/Pink and the second will drop Pink/Black and as with the original they both will get Boost cushioning.
Both pairs are set to drop on Junke 2018 at various retailers but be sure to check back on crepjunkie.com for more info.