Autumn is practically upon us which means Halloween is not too far off. Virgil Abloh’s OFF WHITE label is entering its second run of the Nike Blazer from ‘THE 10’ collection. Now with doubles coming in the form of the Nike Air VaporMax, Nike Air
Rumors can carry a resounding roar in this culture…and the Jerry Lorenzo driven Fear of God x Nike project made waves long before we saw anything from it. If you are familiar with Lorenzo’s style it’s dynamic and bold. It is also unapologetic. And in
Nike taps into the mind of John Elliott once again for a key project. It was earlier in the year where plans surfaced of a collaboration between John Elliott x LeBron James. Falling back on their defacto-collaboration with John Elliott’s take on the 2016 championship
“How could I do something that has not already been done?” – Piet Parra History is on the side of Parra….for over a decade the brand has collaborated with Nike to deliver a number of Nike Air Max 1 projects and the mantle adds another this month.
With the calendar rolling over to June 1st and the official halfway point of the calendar year here…OFF WHITE x Nike are expanding upon their collaborative genius. For nearly the better part of a year, ‘The 10’ has been embedded into the cultural subconscious of
Skepta and Nike are going back to back with Air Max collaborations as the follow-up to last September’s Nike Air Max 97 project comes via a mash-up of the Air Max 97 and the Air Max BW. Utilizing the upper tooling and composition of the Air
Twenty years ago the Nike Air Max 98 made its grand debut. Forged from the full length visible Air midsole unit that made the Nike Air Max 97 a hit, the 98 built off the success of its predecessor and did so with attitude. With