Citroen and the latest Gio Goi trainers

This is an intriguing collaboration if ever we stumbled across one mixing fast French cars with fast Manchester fashion. The first fashion collaboration for Citroen, they have teamed up for these Gio Goi trainers for a trainer collaboration for casual fans, urban masqueraders and trainer connoisseurs.


The result is the DS3 Racing Shoe – a high top trainer in waxy black leather with zig-zag details and contrasting orange stitching on a white sole. Only 100 pairs have been produced, making this a super limited edition, and one you will have to be a fast mover to get your hands on.

This all ties in with the Gio-Goi pop up store that will be in London’s East End from 13 to 15 September. Celebrations for the launch of the DS3 see Gio-Goi bringing Manchester to Brick Lane on 14 September for a gig featuring some of our city’s finest emerging bands – D/R/U/G/S, Young British Artists, and Silverclub.

To apply for tickets to the pop-up shop gig on the 14th September visit www.gio-goi.com/ds3racing. The DS3 will be available at the Brick Lane pop-up store, or online at JD Sports.

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