Nike x 032c Launch Dinner with Special Performance by KELELA

What happens when you mix RnB star Kelela with data-driven sportswear and marinated quail eggs from Iceland in an empty warehouse behind a van depot? You feel like you have walked into the gym of your dreams.

Last week, we gathered in Berlin Kreuzberg to celebrate the release of the Nike x Matthew M Williams Collection and 032c’s new issue “The Big Flat Now.” Between courses created by Icelandic chef Victoria Eliasdóttir, singer Kelela performed a selection of her songs. The collection was presented during a performance by M.I.K. family, who moved in acrobatic formations in an installation by artist Przemek Pyszczek. See the images of the night below.

  • Photography
    Samuel Smelty

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