Cult London sneaker retailer Footpatrol recently opened the doors to its new Parisian outpost. The store — located near the Pompidou in the Le Marais district — was designed by London-based Counterfeit Studio, with references to the retailer’s hometown location throughout.
The store features industrial-influenced design touches, with exposed concrete throughout and steel girder-style benches in the space. The first store is referenced through the black storefront and the suspended galvanized steel ceiling recalling the pitched roof of the London outpost. As well as the strong sneaker selection, the shop’s other focal point is Footpatrol’s signature Gas Mask logo, with a white neon iteration acting as the centerpiece of the space.
In other footwear news, Nike has paid tribute to the late Gary Warnett with a special Air Span II.
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