Monday, June 15, 2015

A Must See :: Take a glimpse into the Jordan Brand's 'Palais 23' Experience in Paris

"Michael Jordan’s personal relationship with Paris goes back to the very beginning of his professional career, when he visited the city around the release of his first signature shoe in 1985. Winning a pre-season tournament in the city in 1997 has made France’s capital part of the Jordan story, and Palais 23 is built around telling a past and future narrativestore you've got to have the right product.  And you've got to have the right product 365 days of the year"

Paying homage to the Great, a museum in Paris called Palais 23 opened its' doors Friday, June 12th to the public for the 30th anniversary of MJ's NIKE imprint.  The museum is dedicated to all things related to Michael Jordan and his legacy.  Fans were able to take in the experience observantly and interactively- from viewing exclusive pieces to participating in 'Last Shot', where you are challenged to recreate history-making Jordan moments from 1982 and 1988.  
However, with all that is said... don't get too excited if you're visiting Paris soon.  The museum was open for one weekend only- last weekend.  It closed on Sunday, June 14th (yesterday).  It may open again though... keep your eyes peeled!
In the meantime, check out the awe worthy photos inside Palais 23::

To view the entire photo portfolio of inside Palais 23, click HERE.

s.o. to KicksonFire

Related Post:: Grand Opening : First Jordan-only Retail store opens in NYC ...

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