A Look Inside Jordan Brand's Palais 23 Space in Paris

His Airness’ eponymous Nike imprint opens a palatial Parisian space dedicated to all things Jordan.

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Jordan Brand has taken over the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, opening “Palais 23” as a museum of sorts dedicated to all things related to His Airness. Coinciding with this weekends Quai 54 streetball tournament and exclusive release of the Jordan MTM pack in the French capital, Palais 23 celebrates the 30th anniversary of Michael Jordan’s eponymous Nike imprint, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in all things Jordan, taking in the likes of game-worn kicks, iconic imagery and more.

Palais 23 opened this Friday, June 12 and will close this Sunday, June 14 at 9 p.m. local time.

Palais 23
Palais de Tokyo
13 Avenue du President Wilson
75116 Paris
France

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