Take a Peek Inside House of Vans' Paris Pop-Up


House of Vans is known for bringing the skate park, concert halls, art displays and engaging workshops right to one central location. Just last weekend, the House made its way to Paris for a two-day pop-up (or what the streetwear imprint deems to be a truly "Off the Wall" experience). While we already gave you the inside scoop on House of Vans' skate bowl artist Nairone last Friday, let's take an inside look at the various activities and artistry that took over the secret location December 16th and 17th.


Posted up in the Parisian district of Rive Gauche, the multi-dimensional installation offered visitors a sonic, visual, and active look inside the blending skate and art worlds. With musical performances from Hony Zuka, Supa!, Pepper, Romeo Elvis LIVE and Endrixx alongside Michael Burnett's skate photography and other bold illustration works found on the walls and painted within the skate bowl, there was surely a lot of cool and stimulating sights to be seen. In addition to the skateboarding and artistic pieces though, the launch offered personalized sneakers and decked out boards at customization stops set up around the ancient location. Didn't get to make it to the House of Vans Paris appearance? We got you. Get a sneak peek at what went down by scrolling through the images below.

Words: Vanessa Feder