Nike has been focusing quite a bit on its iconic Air Max 95 and 97 platforms through multiple drops this year, and rings in the summer with a gorgeous “Summer Scale” colorway. Making the most of a gradient color story, the shoe quietly transitions from a white tongue and eye stays to a pink-kissed, snakeskin [read more]
Since the inception of their first collaboration in 2014, NikeLab and Pigalle‘scapsules were anchored on designer Stephane Ashpool’s affinity for basketball. The latest effort reveals a collection with a broader, unisex appeal with pieces sized and made with a female customer in mind.
Rooted in retro sport heritage silhouettes with shades mauve, blue [read more]
Somalian-American model Halima Aden continues her hot run in fashion, landing Allure magazine’s July cover. For the cover shoot, a playful Aden was shot wearing the Nike Pro-Hajib (which will launch in early 2018). If you look closely, you can also see she’s still sporting braces, though the 19-year-old Aden says they’re coming off [read more]
Nike is bringing back a sequin version of its Air Force 1 Upstep, but this time in the form of a high silhouette (versus the mid it released in February 2017) and offered in a fresh green and pink-shaded sequin.
This is an LX version of the shoe, which translates to an overall higher quality [read more]
NikeLab has revealed plans for an updated and lux version of its classic ’80s tennis shoe, called Meadow. Offered in a soft pink, the shoe swaps out the for an adjustable Velcro strap detailed with a small embroidered Swoosh. On the heel tab, it also features Nike spelled out using what’s called the “baby teeth” [read more]
After a tumultuous year marked by disappointing sales and price roll backs, Nike today (June 15, 2017) has announced plans for internal changes that include changes in leadership, as well as staff layoffs.
One of its big changes is making adjustments to place a bigger focus on online sales through a new directive, called Consumer [read more]
Nike and has linked with woman empowerment site and brand, LAPP, for an event in London this evening (May 13, 2017) that will include a panel discussion around breaking societal dictates rooted in race, class and color. The discussion will be lead by LAPP founder and model Leomie Anderson, musician Bree Runway and [read more]