Nike have delivered a new capsule collection; which, unfortunately is already sold out online in Australia.
And once you have a look at these beauties, you might understand why.
The “Photosynthesis” Pack is comprised of three silhouettes – the Air Zoom Pegasus 32, Free 5.0 and LunarGlide 6 – each of which feature a bright and bold floral pattern. They’ve also thrown in a women’s tank top, men’s t-shirts, crew socks, and a hat to round out the range.
Want to help Nike bring in ‘Air Max Day’ in the best possible way?
Tonight, Nike will be celebrating with a special selection of sneaker-loving individuals (get on the Waitlist NOW!) from 10:30pm-midnight to experience a unique exhibition showcasing the history of the Air Max.
Click on the above picture for all the details.
Just. Do. It. ;P
Nike and Liberty London are taking innovation to new heights with their 10th collection together, delivering a blooming effect of introducing a custom print to the mix.
Featured on some of Nike’s contemporary and heritage footwear silhouettes and a capsule apparel collection, this is sure to be a collection that will have you rushing online on December 1st.
As we head into the warmer months of the year’s end for Spring and Summer, Nike presents a trio of sportswear classics with its brand new ‘Breathe’ collection.
With each design consisting of breathable materials, minimalist construction, breathable upper construction and topped off with Summer-inspired hues and mesh construction, Nike’s newest collection will surely liberate your feet and turn heads of others around you.
Whilst the entire Fall collection from Nike should be celebrated and shared with the world, it’s the Sportswear collection from the Fall 2014 collection that I’ve chosen to highlight for this particular write-up.
Trying to juggle two lives, the Sportswear collection features pieces that I can see myself incorporating into both my corporate and creative life with some clever and subtle styling.
Don’t worry fellas, you’re included in this post. 😉
On 3rd May 2014, Nike Australia held the 3rd annual Nike She Runs 10 km Race.
Every year I tell my mates that it’s not about beating each other, it’s about beating our own times – but really, I was secretly watching their race times on Nike + Running App and using it to fuel my own competitive demons.
They ate my dust.
For the last ten years, sneakers have been seen as more than just something we wear to cover our feet. They have been a cultural expression (and for some, an obsession) and an icon of modern times.
In today’s society, sneakers have become a design art form and to many, they make a person’s outfit. Not to sound too superficial, but they are your visual identity. Your shoes represent who you are and what you’re into; what culture you’re part of.
So, what culture are you apart of?
Nike are continuously re-inventing their apparel and through their latest innovative ways, their new Tech Pack featuring the Tech Hyperfuse is a new expression of style and definitely ticking all of the boxes.
The Nike Tech Pack Hyperfuse Collection consists of a poncho, windrunner, and zip-up vest, and they all provide you with three key components: lightweight, breathability and durability.