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Basic.Space will host an interactive shopping experience in Paris

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Guests will enjoy an interactive experience with the creators of Basic.Space during the Paris an event. On June 24customers can hear the brand designer Reese Cooper. The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and the Vogue Fashion Fund selected Cooper as a finalist for their award in 2019, making him the youngest designer to become a finalist since the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund launched in 2003. Cooper designs men’s jackets, sweatpants, cargo pants, t-shirts and sweatshirts. June 24 events include a four-hour open bar and DJ hosted at the Lucid Gallery.

June 25, the festivities feature fashion designer Mr. Saturday, known for his biker shorts, hoodies, t-shirts, jumpsuits, socks, sweatpants and shorts. Mr. Saturday’s fashion accessories include sunglasses, hats and bags. Mr. Saturday has also launched household products, such as its “Good Luck” candle. Events on June 26 characteristic Kenzo.

Basic.Space is revolutionizing the retail experience for consumers and sellers by offering interactive experiences with creatives. Their team researches potential suppliers and selects fashion designers, artists, musicians and other designers who share their vision of personalized shopping and interactive experiences. Their site recommends products to consumers based on their interests.

Founder and CEO Jesse Lee launched Basic.Space in 2018. Lee has made a name for himself by successfully marketing products to millennials and with Basic.Space his goal is to provide Generation Next with the shopping experience of the future. Events such as NFT.NYC in New York City on June 22 and the Paris events of June 23 to June 26 demonstrate how Lee changes sales transactions and enables consumers to interact with creatives and gather insights into their products and processes.

Lee sets Basic.Space apart from current marketing strategies by focusing on creatives with compelling lives, brands and products. Instead of prioritizing vendors with existing social media platforms attracting millions of followers, Basic.Space pursues innovative vendors who are happy to let a reputable marketplace manage their sales and storefront.

Basic.Space vendors include Japanese singles tennis champion Naomi Osaka and Canadian model and artist Tommy Genesis. Whether you’re looking for books, clothing, or household items, you’ll find items to suit your needs from Basic.Space sellers.

With its unique philosophy, Basic.Space is changing the way people buy goods. To attend the Paris events of from June 23 to June 26 offers consumers an in-person experience, introducing them to the Basic.Space philosophy and key creatives. Follow Basic.Space on Twitter for the latest vendor and event updates.

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SOURCE Basic.Space