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What Went Down at 18montrose Talks Air Max

March 25, 2019

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What a day! With a line-up of some of the biggest names from London's sneaker scene, our celebration of all things Air Max was always going to be a good'un. Our King's Cross store was turned into an Air Max Archive tracing the evolution of the icon from it's beginnings in 1987 to the present day. Attendees got the chance to see up-close Jasmine Lasode's winning sneaker design from London On Air: the Summer of Love AM97. Jasmine took over our Instagram to help us share the day with our followers around the world.

The main event was a special recording of UK6 - the UK's best sneakers and streetwear podcast. Hosts Alexandra Hackett and Meg Parry were joined by streetwear consultant Steve Bryden, sneaker expert Geoffrey Yam and footwear specialist Debbie Bailey. After the podcast wrapped, live DJs got us moving and Havana Rum kept us refreshed. It was great to see so many faces who shared our passion for sneakers and the friendly, inclusive, generous culture that has grown around them. Add in the chance to screenprint your own Nike tees, get your kicks reinvigorated by Sneakers ER and some burgers from Meat Liquor and it was the perfect Saturday. Here's to many more years of Air Max.

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