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Exclusively at Harrods

This is an archive journal post. The Condor x Paul Smith bicycle range is sold out and the pop up at Harrods has ended.


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Paul Smith + Condor

Paul Smith and Harrods have unveiled an exciting new cycling pop up concept shop.

The space, which opened on Tuesday 10th April 2012, will run for two months and can be found on the 5th floor sports area of the world's most famous luxury department store. The installation space is housing three products; a selection of Rapha + Paul Smith, a capsule collection of exclusive bold graphic printed T-shirts and a made-to-order bicycle service from prominent manufacturers Condor, Brompton, Mercian and Paris. Choosing from the four bicycle frames seen within the space, each unique bike will be finished with a luxury leather saddle from world-renowned British bicycle manufacturer Brooks.

A lifelong cycling enthusiast, Paul Smith draws reference from his cycling history to create the bold colours for the Rapha jersey collection. Inspired from his time at the Beeston Cycling club, where he started bike racing, the inside of the back pocket of each jersey features a quote and picture from Paul, detailing his time as a young cyclist.

The Condor Tempo Porteur is a complete bicycle with integrated rack, matte finish and purple detailing. Condor have also created a take on the classic Paris Path single speed. It is available as a complete cycle with royal blue detailing and leather saddle. Both bicycles are available to purchase from Harrods.

Paul Smith Pop Up Shop
5th Floor
87-135 Brompton Road

Paul Smith for Harrods

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