ALL GONE BOOK 2013
For the 8th year in a row, Michael Dupouy and La MJC presented a new edition of a coffee-table style ALL GONE BOOK, a comprehensive overview of most popular and most brilliantly designed street culture items of last year. This unique urban culture anthology represents the original concept by a Parisian, Michael Dupouy, a creative director of La MJC and a passionate sneaker collector, and his company. It has been around since 2006, and this issue presents around 200 different products that are amidst the most remarkable pieces of 2013. It is released as an edition of 2.500 copies, and it comes with two different covers. The release of ALL GONE book was an event in itself, followed by book signing by its authors at Colette, Paris. The finest of street culture edition for 2013 includes limited edition sneakers including Adidas x Undefeated x Bape, Adidas Stan Smith, Air Jordan III Retro 88, Asics Gel Lyte V x Kith Volcano, Nike Air Max Camo Collection, Puma Blaze Of Glory Sneaker Freaker and other limited edition footwear that is practically impossible to find in shops. There is also a huge chapter dedicated to the 30th anniversary of Reebok Classic Leather sneaker shoes, including more than 18 pairs produced in cooperation with renowned sneaker stores. The ALL GONE features latest designs by Original Fake, KAWS, and clothing lines by APC and Kanye West, Clot, BBC and more.
The 248 page ALL GONE book – The Finest of Street Culture 2013 is available in bookstores and via Colette online store at the pre-order price of 49 euro. ALL GONE 2013 will be promoted globally, and the dates will be announced promptly.
This immaculately designed collection of most coveted urban culture products of last year will surely arise a lot of interest, since it is a review of the advances and innovations in design represented by a selection of its best examples. Even if it’s unreal expecting to own all of the limited edition sneakers, toys or gadgets, it is still quite possible to enjoy their esthetics through a publication as the ALL GONE BOOK.