For almost 15 years, The Next Door shine up japanese's fashion in France. It was evident for the team to talk about the release of Nike Dunk Veneer and Ceramic, a reissue of emblematics models of Co.Jp program in 2001.
To make it real, The Next Door did what they always did : work in the family. Naturally, it's Romain Leclerc (Nvméro) who has followed the crew since its beginning who made this new movie. Between a documentary and a lookbook, the director reinvented fashions codes in this film. First, to celebrate the emblematic Dunk and Japan, this movie was also the perfect time to tell the story of The Next Door's family by gathering Avignon and Paris teams.
Lookbook The Next Door, inspired by the Nike Dunk Veneer and Ceramic, is embodied by its teams. An authentic story of family and passion, which now resonates far beyond the French borders.
Re-issued on the basis of CO.JP models, a line released in 2001 in Japan, the Nike Dunk Veneer and Ceramic are now available at The Next Door. Founded in 2006 by Nicolas Ivars, who was already hiding behind the Circle skateshop, the multi-brand label has established itself as a true reference, at the crossroads between luxury and streetwear. A meeting place that fuses the greatest brands of street culture with the most avant-garde designers in Japan.
This selection, the native of Avignonnais, shapes it with a team of about twenty people, spread over its three boutiques (The Next Door Avignon, Acte 2 and The Next Door Paris). A team of passionate people, who share a common vision, and to whom Nicolas has been able to transmit his taste for meticulous know-how. More than just colleagues, they form a big family together. A community of close friends and family who rub shoulders during but also outside of work, continually driven by the desire to share their sensitivity to this singular fashion. The latest lookbook The Next Door, inspired by the Nike Dunk Veneer and Ceramic, is embodied by its teams. An authentic story of family and passion, which now resonates far beyond the French borders.