La MJC and Diadora Set to Release the 8th Installment of the "All Gone" Series

Limited to 200 pairs.

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To commemorate All Gone‘s 10th anniversary, Parisian creative agency La MJC teamed up again with legendary Italian sneaker brand Diadora to release the eighth iteration of the “All Gone” Diadora series. The latest installment of the series pays tribute to the blue All Gone book, published by La MJC in 2013 with a matching pair of Diadora N9000s. The La MJC “All Gone 2013” Diadora N9000 features premium deep blue suede, mixed with perforated white leather, 3M gold reflector material, “All Gone” and “La MJC” embossings, and Ill-Studio’s original “splatter” artwork created for La MJC in 2013. Limited to 200 pairs, the La MJC “All Gone 2013” Diadora N9000 will be available from Club 75’s flagship location November 5 and online November 6 at 12 p.m. PST.

Club75
32 rue Yves Toudic, 75010
Paris, France

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