A Look Inside 1017 ALYX 9SM's Paris Fashion Week Pop-Up

For the exclusive release of its Nike Air Force 1 High collab.

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After teasing a new Nike collaboration, Matthew M. Williams announced plans for a one-day-only 1017 ALYX 9SM pop-up during Paris Fashion Week. Undoubtedly the star attraction of the temporary store was the Air Force 1 High collaboration, which saw four black and white colorways of the sneaker release. The design also featured the brand’s signature buckle in silver or gold, as well as sliver or gold foil stamps on the heel.

Along with the Nike Air Force 1 High collaboration, the pop-up also stocked a number of other 1017 ALYX 9SM pieces, including the brand’s recent link-up with Bang & Olufsen. Other items included a range of buckle-adorned accessories — such as bags, belts and jewelry — Vibram-sole footwear and the brand’s pieces from this year’s Moncler Genius project.

Take a look through the pop-up in the gallery above, as well as getting an up-close look at the Nike Air Force 1 High collaboration.

In other fashion news, take a look at the best street style from Paris Fashion Week so far.

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