Cornering all areas of the Swoosh to create this epic All-Star Weekend collection; Nike Basketball, Nike Sportswear call on their own designers and some out-of-house collaborators to make Los Angeles 2018 extremely memorable. On the Nike Basketball end of the ledger is the: Nike PG2,
“I live for sports.There’s always been sportswear in my style, and I believe the mix of sport, street and elegance is really good,” – Riccardo Tisci When Riccardo Tisci x Nike first collaborated in the summer of 2014, the partnership might have been looked at as
Nike has a crazy four weeks in store for New York City! And that is not hyperbole. An extremely star studded lineup featuring Roger Federer, Riccardo Tisci, Virgil Abloh, Ronnie Fieg x KITH and PSNY is a go spanning August 23rd-September 16th with various locations and set-ups
Riccardo Tisci will be part of Nike’s Air Max Day plans as part of the Lab’s VISION-AIRS program. And of the now numerous Nike collaborations Tisci has completed and launched…you get the feeling that the Air Max 97 Mid is a humbling experience for him.
Nike’s month long celebration of all things Air and Air Max is going to conclude in a major way. As Air Max Day approaches, the Swoosh calls on some renown players to help make certain that this particular Air Max Day is set apart from the
Riccardo Tisci’s first move since leaving his post at Givenchy is a collaboration with Nike. Tisci goes for a much lower tiered look of the Nike Lab Dunk Lux RT, which the two collaborated on in 2016. Sporting a chukka look to it, this mid-cut
After nearly 12-years Riccardo Tisci has left Givenchy. Tisci has seen Givenchy’s reach expand during his tenure and to say that is merely an understatement. The Italian designer departs his Creative Director position which ushered in motifs such as bold and brash sharks and rottweilers