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UK-based sneaker publication, CREPE CITY releases its fourth issue this month, as the brand continues to develop and progress the idea of a magazine dedicated to sneaker collecting, as well as surrounding fashion, art and culture.

Issue 04 features a larger format that was made in conjunction with renowned London based typographers Colophon Foundry, and it’s also offered in three distinct covers. The most notable consist of a “touch & feel” version featuring the Nike Air VaporMax, which emphasizes the silhouette’s new sole unit, while the second showcases the Nike Air Max 1 “Master,” and the third focuses on adidas’s continued elevation of their NMD line.

Inside the magazine, the regular archive section inspired by the archival magazines of Japan returns, featuring Parisian collector Lalla Boudmagh aka Superllalla of Masters of Air fame. A continued focus on people and cultures connected to sneakers are featured as well with interviews featuring Ronnie Fieg, Dave White, Round Two, Guillaume Philibert of Filling Pieces, in addition to the people behind adidas BOOST, Spezial, and the new PUMA TSUGI SHINSEI.

Furthermore, the relationship between Reebok Classic and music subcultures are explored, as well as the impact of the Nike Dunk SB on both skateboarding and sneaker collecting.

Notable contributors for this issue include — Gary Warnett, Will Robson-Scott, Steve Braiden, Bruno Drummond, Gregk Foley, David Hellqvist, Laura McCluskey, Charlotte Moss, Theo Cottle, Megan Ann Wilson, Jonathan Cook, Ollie Adegboye, Ross Wilson, Alex de Mora, India Rose, Menno Kok, Alexander Ingham Brooke and Dom Fleming.

The fourth issue of CREPE CITY is available now at select newsstands, sneaker spots worldwide and online for $10 USD.

Now view a recap of CREPE CITY SS17.

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

scribbling by day, architect by night

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