Tomorrow, March 26, Sneakersnstuff will open the doors to its sixth flagship store worldwide. Located on the Venice Beach Boardwalk in Los Angeles, the 3,500-square-foot space is inspired by the surrounding neighborhood and influenced by the city's rich history.

Interior architect designer Jenny Askenfors of Bofink Design Studio designed Sneakersnstuff LA in partnership with the SNS team. At the core, the new store serves as a celebration of Los Angeles and the elements that make Venice particularly special. Specifically, the large curved table in the mix of brands section points to Venice, Italy canals, while the legs of the furniture are meant to mimic gondola poles.

Additional standout design elements inside Sneakersnstuff LA include a custom floor logo with shells picked from Venice Beach, sunset gradient arches also inspired by Venice, and a car door and seat replica at the fitting area that pays tribute to Los Angeles car culture.

Furthermore, designated sections for various brands adhere to their own themes. The Nike space is then highlighted by a Cortez piñata, as well as a basketball fountain, while the adidas area points to Venice's famed Muscle Beach, with its sculpted barbells and dumbbells.

The Sneakersnstuff Souvenir Shop is an extension of the Venice Beach Boardwalk. This area will house SNS-branded souvenirs including custom tie-dye hoodies, graphic T-shirts, frisbees, water bottles, key rings and more.

Sneakersnstuff LA is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Sneakersnstuff Los Angeles1011 Ocean Front Walk Venice, CA

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