The Nike Dunk Low Flip The Old School is unveiled in a Bordeaux colourway inspired by the 2020 Co.JP Midnight Navy.The Air Jordan 1 High continues its flawless journey and arrives this summer in a multitude of colors. Now, the official Summer collection, it is time for Jordan Brand to prepare the sequel with the next Fall Winter season and it should open with the color Bordeaux.Obviously, the Bordeaux color evokes the Air Jordan 1 High Co. JP Midnight Navy of 2020, with its Swoosh and Wings silver. For the rest we find a traditional burgundy leather upper, contrasted by white panels. The pair is completed with a white midsole and an outsole in this wine color.Virgil Abloh (now artistic director of the menswear collection within Louis Vuitton) just unveiled a dozen pairs of Louis Vuitton x Off-White x Nike Air Force 1s at the Louis Vuitton Menswear Spring 2022 show in Paris. The event took place on June 24, 2021.
The photos show multiple Jordan 11 CMFT Low Triple Black, both mid- and low-top models, all done in unique and distinctive finishes in a range of different hues, including brown, purple, white, yellow , red, green and blue. Standout details of the collection include tongue labels featuring two brands, flip-out labels behind the Swoosh, signature "AIR" text on the midsoles, text on the laces and a range of materials and prints on the upper. We also see a special Louis Vuitton bag that comes in orange and features Nike's signature emblem.“The Nike Air Force 1 is a cultural symbol in its own right and today serves as a symbol of a self-generated subcultural origin,” Vuitton said during his show, even referring to the word “hacking” instead of a collab. "For the Spring-Summer 2022 collection, Virgil Abloh is collaborating with Nike on custom Air Force 1s, combining the classic elements of the sneakers with Louis Vuitton badges and materials as a tribute to the hip-hop culture that shaped him."
Lakers (and NBA) legend Kareem Abdul Jabbar made the heyday of Yeezy Boost 350 V2 during his career, making his skyhook and face the spearheads of the three-stripe brand in its basketball division during the 80s.Since the Forum is currently on the rise in a retro version, it is this silhouette that will be used to pay homage to the L.A period of number 33 formerly known as Lew Alcindor.It will be Purple on the laces and collar, and Gold on the rest of the upper, with the player's number on the back of the foot. We validate at 2000% the "jersey" side of the materials, which gives a real vintage impression.The white sole completes the job perfectly. Even if the first images spare a little suspense, they give us a nice idea of the final result.The launch of this Forum will be done on June 26th exclusively via NTWRK, but we still hope for a more global release in the coming weeks. It would be too bad to deprive us of such nuggets.