Not In Paris is back for its latest edition. Shop the collection on June 19 from the Highsnobiety Shop and iOS App.

The latest edition of Not In Paris, a multi-media cultural celebration curated by Highsnobiety, is returning to the French capital city, and it arrives with an extensive, limited-edition merchandise collection.

Releasing on April 19 via the Highsnobiety Shop, iOS App, and in-store at our Parisian pop-up shop (located in Gallerie Italienne), the collection features collaborations with local pioneers within music, fashion, sports, and gastronomy. This includes the return of a favorite collaborator from previous years and the introduction of new faces such as Le Monde, Champion, and Cedric Grolet.

Red Star x Highsnobiety

Red Star F.C. is not a typical football club. The oldest team in Paris has been collaborating with fashion brands since way before it became a trend to do so, underground DJs play at its games, and its kits have been stocked in the coolest boutiques in Paris (such as The Broken Arm and Colette). 

Our collaboration arrives just as Red Star F.C. has been promoted to Ligue 2, the second tier of French football, and celebrates the boundary-pushing club with a collection adorned in its signature colors.

Shop Red Star x Highsnobiety Here

Café de Flore x Highsnobiety

Our long-standing partnership with Café de Flore continues, and there are some noteworthy additions to our collaborative collection this season. We have linked up with iconic American sportswear label Converse to create a Café de Flore sneaker, taking the brand’s Chuck 70 model and decking it out in the cafe’s signature green color with co-branded detailing.

Elsewhere in the collection is a loose-knit sweater vest, an all-over print jacket depicting the cafe’s facade, and a puzzle.  

Cedric Grolet x Highsnobiety

Cédric Grolet is one of the world’s leading pastry chefs and has many awards to prove it (including Best Pastry Chef in the World in 2018). The pastry extraordinaire has racked up over 10 million Instagram followers and his bakeries in Paris, London, Singapore, and Saint-Tropez attract huge queues.

The Cedric Grolet x Highsnobiety collection showcases Grolet’s famous desserts and includes graphics inspired by the chef’s cronuts, a fusion of a croissant and a donut. To celebrate the collection and the opening of the Cedric Grolet Opéra cafe in Paris, Highsnobiety will serve coffee and pastries from Cedric Grolet in our Not In Paris pop-up space.

Champion x La Sunday x Highsnobiety

Following the rave we hosted in London, Highsnobiety is once again partying with Champion. This time, we’re throwing a Fête de la Musique party in Paris with music provided by La Sunday, a collective at the forefront of Côte d'Ivoire’s party scene. 

La Sunday has also created a guide on where to visit in Paris and helped to design a capsule collection with Champion and Highsnobiety. 

Le Monde x Highsnobiety

The most circulated newspaper in France, Le Monde is a highly respected independent media source known for its insightful analysis of international affairs. Our collaboration with this historic newspaper includes a hand-painted graphic depicting the classic Le Monde newspaper stands found around the city.

Plus, the Le Monde editorial team has created a guide to its favorite places in Paris

Highsnobiety Not In Paris

The latest edition of Not In Paris comes with in-house merch to celebrate the occasion and this year, our capsule collection has mixed emotions about the city.

Despite professing its love for Paris on a T-shirt, many pieces in the collection have caught a case of Paris syndrome: a sense of extreme disappointment exhibited by some individuals when visiting Paris, who feel that the city was not what they had expected. In honor of this very real and very sublime sense of disappointment, we’ve printed the definition on our Paris Syndrome T-shirt and Paris Syndrome Baseball Cap. 

Lacoste x Highsnobiety

The follow-up to our collaborative capsule collection earlier this year sees Highsnobiety in Lacoste’s home country of France. 

Our 8-piece Not In Paris drop honors the brand’s heritage in tennis and takes the functionality of sportswear off the pitch. The release includes futuristic sneakers, a set of sweatbands, and a co-branded tennis racket.

Y/Project x Highsnobiety

Parisian fashion label Y/Project has created a co-branded, embroidered T-shirt designed exclusively to celebrate Not In Paris. The collaboration extends from merchandise to include a co-hosted party for the Not In Paris pop-up store opening at Gallerie Italienne. 

Diptyque x Highsnobiety

What does Paris smell like? Well, according to the Parisian perfumery Maison Diptyque, it smells like this limited-edition, rose-scented candle decorated with Not In Paris branding.


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