Not In Paris, a multifaceted celebration of culture, is returning for another takeover of the City of Light.

There will be a lot to keep up with: events, a pop-up shop in the city center, content highlighting creatives from Paris, and exclusive products.  But don’t worry, we’re here to help. Below is a roundup of some key moments happening IRL.

Where it all starts

We officially land in Paris on June 19 to open our pop-up store and exhibition at Galerie Italienne, an art gallery set in central Paris.

Open until June 23, the gallery space will display sculptures inspired by this year’s Not In Paris collaborators and stock our limited-edition Not In Paris collection. If you can’t make it out, you can catch the collection online at the Highsnobiety Shop and iOS App on June 19. 

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This year’s goods

The collection includes collaborative products specially made with local institutions including pioneers within music, fashion, sports, and gastronomy. These collaborators include the historic newspaper Le Monde, the iconic sportswear label Champion, and the viral pastry extraordinaire Cédric Grolet (the Cédric Grolet Cafe will also offer a daily curation of pastry & coffee at the Not In Paris pop-up store). 

The events

The Not In Paris pop-up store opening will be marked through a party hosted with another of the Not In Paris collaborators, the pioneering Parisian fashion brand Y/Project. The opening event will include drinks from the Paris-based cocktail bar Cravan and natural wine by Djuce.

Highsnobiety will be hosting further events throughout the week, including the latest edition of our “Not In” run club together with HOKA, a brunch at Café De Flore to celebrate our co-branded collection together with Converse, and a Fête de la Musique party with Champion and the Côte d'Ivoire-based party collective La Sunday.

Whether it be on the ground or online, we can’t wait to celebrate Not In Paris with you. 

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