The Air Jordan XII Bordeaux is set to launch this Saturday. The Air Jordan XII has always stood for luxury, where various designs have been brought to life in new colours and various materials. The Air Jordan I was named after the iconic basketball legend, Michael Jordan and has since been an all time favourite style shoe on and off the court. The latest version arrives over twenty years after the ’96 original was first exhibited, sporting a suede construction in a mature Bordeaux shade. Keep up to date with our social accounts to find our more about this launch.
The second capsule collection of Adidas Originals x Alexander Wang is set to drop. A unisex collection focused upon the spirit of disruption, defiance and deconstruction. The collection represents the merging of fashion and streetwear. Be sure to invest in this latest collection.
We have been slightly quiet of recent when it comes to choosing our favourite Instagram, but choosing top accounts takes time. We have recently come across @ellleam who proves to be a loyal fan of Nike. Her sneaker collection shows support to key styles such as the Air Max 97, Air Max 95, Fly Knits, Air Max Jewel and the classic Air Max OG. A few other brands pull through, such as Adidas, Yeezy and Vans. Scroll through, and enjoy.
The Air Max 97 has to be one of the most iconic releases for 2017. If you think there couldn’t be a bigger launch, be prepared for yet another big release. The Air Max 97 x Undefeated is a collaboration of Nike celebrating the 15 years of the LA sneaker boutique being a big cultural influencer. The 90’s revival sneaker will be available in an all black finish and Undefeated branded detailing. Be sure to get your hands on one of these.
The most iconic sneaker of our time, the Air Max 1 OG 2017 Red is returning. It was the shoe that started it all and the Air Max 87 was the first shoe with the visible Nike Air. What was once thought as outlandish, developer Mark Parker and designer Tinker Hatfield worked closely in pushing the design of the Air Max 87 forward. The 1987 design remains true to form, with key features of the visible air unit, soft white mesh and classic red feature to the mudguard, branding and Swoosh. An essential to your Nike collection.
It goes without saying this Instagram account pays close attention to fashion and sneaker style. The @souvenirsombre shares his extensive trainer collection with his promising followers, with styles like Yeezy, Jordans and NMD’s filling his feed. His urban inspired images gain much attention, and have definitely caught our eyes. Enjoy his laid back French cool and admire his premium sneaker collection.
The most iconic style of shoe of 2017 recently collaborated with a famous international Grime Artist. Skepta and Nike launched the Skepta x Nike Air Max 97 SK. Marrakesh is the inspiration behind this iridescent trainer. In celebration of the Moroccan city, the Air Max 97 is nothing short on style, colour and impact. Nike promoted this once off design in ‘one of the best events’ of the year. Arches were converted into a functioning souk, where guests could indulge in branded products, food, drink, hair styling and flower shopping. A Live performance from the man himself, left the crowd wanting the night to ever end. Big up to Nike x Skepta for delivering a memorable evening and collaboration.
Niallycat x Offspring x Nike launch a big collaboration. Niallycat is a talented illustrator behind our most recent Nike product launches. This talented artist studied fine art and later turned to illustration, a field where he could explore ‘endless’ fun and exhibit his unique view of the world. This young Londoner is inspired by his grandad, books, artists, music, friends and family.From once drawing dragons as a child to now collaborating with Nike and Offspring, Niallycat is where it’s at. Follow his work here:
The Nike Cortez made it’s first debut in 1972 and was the first ever track shoe designed by Nike. Designed by Bill Bowerman, who felt that athletes needed a shoe that was comfortable, durable and could withstand long distance running. The protege to sport this shoe was Kenny Moore. The KM QS Cortez are set to launch soon, and the three models set to be released will pay homage to the very first development of the shoe as well as the athlete who sported them. Colours available are yellow, blue and white, all which highlight a prolific sporting event this style of shoe partook in. Cortez are known for superior cushioning and support, and the latest additions pay close attention to detailing.
The iconic One Star 74 was recently released, and with the upcoming Tyler the Creator collaboration, Converse is the star of the sneaker show.
Converse is an iconic footwear brand, and what was once a basic basketball shoe design found its purpose beyond the court.The humble All Star has been regularly updated or altered in one way or another since it was introduced a century ago.Despite being a relative underachiever on its original release, the Converse One Star’s impact has been substantial.
What was once classified as the All Star, the One Star shoe made it’s debut 1970s, but a bigger release was noted in 1974.The One Star’s comeback has arrived with welcomed modifications. Notable collaborations have been with Tokyo’s fragment design that redefines familiarity with a tactile type of suede, while Neighborhood play on metal and hardcore connections. Tyler The Creator is set to launch his collaboration with One Star, and we eagerly await the release.