There are three Slam Jam stores in Italy: Ferrara, Milan and Verona, and they were opened in 2004, 2005 and 2006, respectively. Amazement is the first reaction one has when stepping inside either one of these concept stores. Honest, sincere stupor. Unexpected? Well, not really, since the stores represent the natural evolution of the company’s taste. Slam Jam’s name has always been linked to street culture in all its declinations. These stores represent today everything the company has become through the years: culture, fashion, music, arts and design. The architecture of the spaces, together with the product they carry, visually represent Slam Jam’s maturity and commitment to offering high quality and good taste.
Each store has been designed according to the structure that hosts it, with great respect for the environment in which it is located. The brands carried by the three Slam Jam Stores are high stylistic profile names selected all over the world with a special focus on Japan, considered a pioneer in terms of trends. Art is the common thread that links Slam Jam, its stores and the public; this is why each store subverts the common definition of gallery by periodically hosting art exhibitions of such artists as Kostas Seremetis, Boogie, The Changes, Will Sweeney, Shawn Mortensen, Antoine Le Grand to name a few.