Crepe City is a magazine entirely dedicated to the world of sneakers. It contains numerous specialized interviews with industry professionals, shoemakers, producers, representatives of the fashion world who present the most exclusive models, the philosophy behind them and show their particularities with detailed images.
In addition to being a fashion magazine, Crepe City is also a streetwear festival born in London in 2009. The event contains the largest selection in Europe of exclusive and hard to find sneakers. Over the years, sneakers have become the main focus of the festival and have made them a real reference point for fans, collectors and professionals of this fashion object which, in the most unique and exclusive cases, comes to have exorbitant prices. .
Issue 4 of Crepe City changes in format, getting bigger, and revisits its graphic layout together with the renowned London printers Colophon Foundry. The premium papers, luxury finishes and high-quality content that attracted the magazine's attention since issue 01 remain unchanged in this edition as well, which also includes a pull-out poster by photographer Mark Leaver.
The cover of this special edition is "touch & feel", it shows the sole of a Nike Air VaporMax which, when caressed, will give the idea of really having rubber under your fingers.
Inside the magazine, the Archive section inspired by the archival magazines of Japan returns, with the Parisian collector Lalla Boudmagh aka Superllalla of Masters of Air.
Continuing to focus on sneaker-related people and cultures, this issue features interviews with Ronnie Fieg, Dave White, Round Two, Guillaume Philibert of Filling Pieces, as well as the people behind adidas BOOST, Spezial and the new PUMA TSUGI SHINSEI.
Exploring the cultural impact of sneakers, we also find a beautiful insight into the relationship between Reebok Classic and musical subcultures, as well as the impact of the Nike Dunk SB on both skateboarding and sneaker collecting.