PUMA will be transforming the UK’s oldest Italian delicatessen, Terroni of Clerkenwell into a vintage market to celebrate the revival of the PUMA Palermo, a tribute to the Sicilian city that lent the shoe its name and a celebration of world-class clobber.
For one night only, Terroni’s will be turned into Deli Palermo, serving-up a slice of the sweet life and the beautiful game paired with complimentary drinks.
Proving that icons of the past can be given a new lease of life, three of the UK’s most-rated secondhand sellers are set to sell their sought-after finds at Deli Palermo: Ollie Evans (Too Hot) with his Paninaro-era grails; Pascale Eliza with her vintage Italian pieces; plus Husain Momoniat (Ruder Than The Rest) with his trove of treasures.
Joining the sellers is retro Italo aficionado Manuel Darquart; fresh from his banging Balamii mix with CC:Disco, Manuel is set to extend summer and keep up the Sicilian vibes all night with a handmixed blend of dreamy nineties house, sun-kissed grooves and hi-NRG classics.
To add to the celebrations, PUMA is offering five lucky people the opportunity to win a personalised Palermo FC Shirt. For a chance to win, fans have to register for the Vintage Market via Eventbrite. The five victorious entrants will be selected at random and notified by email.
Deli Palermo opens to the public on Thursday 28th September, 6pm-9pm at Terroni of Clerkenwell: 138 Clerkenwell Road, London, EC1R 5DL.