Little Black Book: Sneakers

At THE FIFTH COLLECTION, we're dedicated to bringing you insider's news and information from around the world. In this issue, we spoke to sneaker aficionado Julien Pomer to find out the hot spots you need to visit to get your hands on some highly covetable kicks.

1175 NE 125th St, North Miami, FL 33161, United States

Just in case you're wondering, the store name is pronounced as "unknown". Opened in 2011 by NBA star LeBron James (together with five of his close friends), the multi-label urban footwear and clothing store stocks cool kicks that will make sneaker aficionados excited. Clothing lines available include Original Fake, Marc by Marc Jacobs and The Hundreds; covetable and limited edition shoes by Nike, Jordan, Vans, and Converse; and accessories by Kidrobot, Ambush, and Beats by Dre.

Flight Club, New York
812 Broadway, New York, NY 10003, United States

If you're a sneaker-lover, chances are you have dreamed of making bucketloads of moolah and then spending it at the Flight Club. Whatever sneakers you may want, this store probably has it. Designed after sneaker stores in Japan, Flight Club is an experience you don't want to miss out on. I mean, wall-to-wall shelves filled with highly covetable sneakers.
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39 Rue Étienne Marcel, 75001 Paris, France

Located about 10 minutes away from the Eiffel Tower, Shinzo has some of the most interesting shoe displays available. It is definitely one of the hot spots to visit when one is in Paris and looking for kicks that will make people envious. Some of the brands they carry include PUMA, Reebok, adidas and Jordan Brand.