Well, that’s a wrap.
Our 2020 Seasonal Previews Show at London’s White Rabbit Studios has been and gone, but for those of you not lucky enough to have made their way down to the capital for it, we’ve recapped the whole thing. so kick back, relax, and keep on scrolling.
Oh, and we’ve also put together a quick vid too if reading’s not your bag.
Looking back at 20 years of size?, our exhibition took attendees on a journey through our decade-spanning history. And, as we’re sure you all know, we’ve had a hell of a lot going on in that time.
A real-life stroll down memory lane, kicking off in 2000 and working right the way up until the present day (and beyond), we showcased some of our most sought-after collaborations.
Pretty much everything —from our 2010 Anniversary City Series, our collaborations with Nike and Liverpudlian artist Dave White, plus our recent endeavours with Manchester’s Warehouse Project —were proudly put on display.
An old fan favourite came along too: the size? newspaper. Many of you will already be aware we’ve resurrected the platform for 2020, but, in case you never read the paper the first time around, our ‘Read all about it’ series is bringing you one of the classic editions each month—make sure to check it out.
As we mentioned, we didn’t just bring along projects from the past; we also gave a sneak peek at what’s to come throughout the first half of 2020.
Air Max Day is right around the corner and one of the stars of our show was our upcoming Air Max 95 venture with Nike. Honouring 20 years of Air Max 95 collaborations, our latest effort is set to be one of our most exciting Nike projects to date.
We also unveiled our upcoming footwear efforts with adi, PUMA, Reebok, Vans, New Balance and a couple of others and, we revealed some of our upcoming clothing collaborations too. It’s going to be a big year for size? Exclusives.
It was great to see so many faces down in the Big Smoke; without your continued support, we wouldn’t be where we are today. If you couldn’t make it then don’t fret, we’ll be putting on several more exhibitions throughout the year.
Keep ’em peeled.