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As part of Nike’s Move to Zero journey — the company’s comprehensive efforts toward a zero carbon and zero waste future – the new Move to Zero apparel collection represents Nike’s commitment to circular design principals. Applying a sustainability mindset to Nike classic apparel pieces, the capsule blends recycled polyester with sustainable cotton, uses an innovative dyeing technology and all products meet a 90 percent or better pattern efficiency.
A new, unlined Nike Sportswear Windrunner jacket features 100 percent recycled polyester plain weave fabrication. The drawcords and zippers made from Nike Grind — a palette of premium materials (rubber, foam, fiber, leather and textile blends) recovered in the footwear manufacturing and recycling process — accentuate the collection’s statement as a roadmap toward a zero carbon and zero waste future.
The Nike Sportswear full-zip hoodie, crew, T-shirt, joggers and shorts are men’s wardrobe staples redesigned with sustainability top of mind. The pieces provide all-day comfort and a casual style, while each includes a mix of at least 60 percent organic and recycled fabrics using new manufacturing methods meant to reduce waste.
The women’s Move to Zero dress, shorts and crew pieces deliver ultimate comfort and feature a mix of at least 60 percent organic and recycled fabrics. The organic cotton in the Move to Zero collection uses less water and fewer chemicals, improves farming practices and provides quality that is the same or better compared to conventionally grown cotton.
The collection is available on nike.com this summer.
In This Tokyo Pack, Running is a Whimsical Bond That Brings People Together
February 06, 2020
The elongated figures of Tokyo-based artist Keeenue, whose illustrations are featured on the Nike Tokyo Running Pack, are connected in a sort of infinity loop by a common denominator: running as recreation. Featured on select men and women’s apparel, the labyrinthine arrangement of limbs swirl around each other in distinct running poses. The upper of the accompanying Air Zoom Pegasus 36 is washed in the same pattern.
The Tokyo Running Pack releases February 6 in Japan and February 20 in North America.
NIKE INNOVATION 2020
Check Out Team USA’s 2020 Medal Stand Collection
February 05, 2020
The Team USA collection elevates sustainability when this summer’s lights will shine brightest: the medal ceremony. Inspired by the recycled materials that make up the medals, Nike designers reimagined the iconic Windrunner jacket with 100 percent recycled polyester. Its distinct chevron-shaped silhouette, engineered to size for both male and female athletes, is inspired by Japanese kimono design and the panels are knit to shape for minimal waste. The garment’s defining mark — the national team logo — is stamped with recycled Nike Grind rubber. Team USA pants are also constructed from 100 percent recycled nylon, with a 100 percent recycled polyester mesh lining. Additional elements, such as the drawcord tips, zipper pulls and Swoosh branding, are made with Nike Grind.
This summer’s medalists will wear some of Nike’s lowest-impact footwear atop the podium. The Vapormax, a Nike Air icon, is made using 75 percent recycled manufacturing waste. Its recycled-polyester Flyknit upper is precision-engineered for minimal waste. Additional features include FlyEase technology, enabling easy entry and adjustability for athletes of all abilities on the medal stand. Each color and material was inspired by a view of piles of waste from a distance, mixing different textures, colors and shapes together to form the new Nike Air Vapormax 2020.
Download images of the Vapormax 2020 here.
Two Collaborative All-Star Jackets Highlight a Historic Performance
February 03, 2020
Two collaborative warmup jackets from Jordan Brand and Philly-based Mitchell & Ness are a throwback to the 1988 NBA All-Star Game, celebrating the last time the midseason showcase was held in Chicago. The jackets, designed in the event’s color palette with memorable iconography from the weekend, join a capsule collection that includes a T-shirt and two snapback hats.
Two Basketball Staples Get an Update With the City Exploration Collection
January 22, 2020
Nike Basketball’s rising popularity in the late ’80s led the brand to create a memorable dualistic identity: one invented around strength and power, the other around speed and flight. The latter was the origin for the Flight Jacket, which helped reflect a new sense of on- and off-court style throughout the next decade. The City Exploration Collection takes this staple of Nike Basketball culture and applies it through a city-perspective, specifically Chicago and Atlanta.
The aforementioned jacket uses colors inspired by the Chicago Flag. Another addition to the collection, also updated and articulated through a city lens, is the basketball short, made with lightweight knit fabric and bold trims. Zippered pockets make storing small items easy. Rounding out the collection are a range of tees, hoodies, hats and bags.
The full City Exploration Collection releases in February.
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Nike ACG is designed to withstand the environment across all elements. The all-conditions gear, created and tested in Oregon, is back to arm adventure-seekers with more options for warmth and weather-proofing this season.
Elements in the latest collection weave Polartec fleece technology for warmth and breathability throughout. Prints from this season’s collection incorporate unearthed designs created during ACG’s early years.
The latest ACG apparel collection releases January 23.
The Clothing for Tennis’ First 2020 Major is Designed to Keep Players Cool
January 03, 2020
The year’s opening slam in Melbourne boasts a raucous atmosphere, drawing an annual attendance of more than 700,000. Melbourne also tracks the hottest temperatures of any of tennis’ four majors. To account for the temperatures during play, NikeCourt designers developed a knee-length bodysuit for women as a baselayer. This garment is informed by Atlas body-mapping to identify the areas that tend to overheat (notably under the bra and at the neckline) and is pieced together to maximize breathability in those spaces.
A base garment serves a double purpose: Many players want to combine the cooler outfit with unique ways to present themselves on court. Athletes across the draw can select tanks, crop tops and skirts — all featuring patterns from Australian artist Cassie Byrnes — to accent their respective looks. For example, while Bianca Andreescu might choose to wear just the bodysuit, Madison Keys may layer atop a tennis skirt. The combinations between the bodysuit, the patterns and the supporting garments run a spectrum of player preferences.
The men’s apparel sublimates Byrnes’ whimsical graphics directly onto the fabrics in spots that encourage stylistic improvisation. An example is in the men’s polo, revealing the cloud pastel pattern under the collar. Other examples are more obvious, such as in the all-over pattern of the men’s warm-up jacket.
The NikeCourt Melbourne collection releases globally January 13.
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In conjunction with his Why Not Zer0.3 signature performance footwear launch, Russell Westbrook teamed up with Jordan Brand in designing his Why Not? apparel collection with a straightforward direction: don’t be straightforward.
The streetwear collection leans into Westbrook’s contrarian approach, featuring atypical fits, materials and graphic placements. Key garments include a coach’s jacket, a fleece hoodie, a short-sleeve and long-sleeve tee, a hat, fleece pants and a beanie.
“The Earth and heart logo on the apparel line is inspired by everyone being able to come together around their love for the game of basketball,” says Westbrook. “It’s special to know what the game of basketball has done for my life, and the collection is a symbol of what the game can mean for the rest of the world.”
The Why Not? apparel collection releases January 1 on Jordan.com and at House of Hoops.
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Based off of Phil Knight’s creation of the Nike Pro Club on March 21, 1975, as a way to venture the newly-formed company beyond the track and onto the basketball court, Nike Sportswear presents the Pro Club sweater.
The Nike Pro Club “team” was fashioned from 10 original members as a way to aid the company in its continued development and improvement of basketball product. Participation in the club meant that professional players were given exclusive apparel.
The sweater evokes the company’s early connection to the sport of basketball by paying homage to the Pro Club throughout. Complete with a chain-stitched “Phil” for the company’s co-founder, the sweater is inspired by product worn by the original club members. The numbers “7” and “5” are featured on either sleeve to commemorate the year in which the Pro Club was founded. The design on the back of the sweater pays tribute to one of the original players in the club, complete with a Swoosh knit into the shoes.
The garment is housed in a custom, collectable retail box that highlights the Nike Pro Club story and includes a Nike cloud Swoosh pin.
The sweater drops November 26 to Nike Members on nike.com.
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Flaunt the Tunnel Walk with Russell Westbrook’s New Apparel Collection
November 11, 2019
Russell Westbrook and Jordan Brand are collaborating with Opening Ceremony to release the latter’s first athlete-design project.
“I’ve always loved fashion and the creative process when it comes to designing. When the opportunity came for me and Jordan Brand to collaborate with another brand, Opening Ceremony was a perfect match,” says Westbrook. “I liked the idea of doing something with bold color patterns and adventurous silhouettes, and I’m excited to see this collection come to life.”
The apparel pieces — including an overcoat, a pant-trouser hybrid, a color-blocked track jacket and more — modify classic Air Jordan looks with new proportions and details based on the point guard’s irreverent personal style.
“When Russ and I sat down together to design, it started a creative dialogue and synergy of true collaboration,” says Opening Ceremony co-founder and creative director Humberto Leon. “The resulting collection shows how, together, we reworked our favorite Air Jordan essentials into new garments. We’re looking forward to seeing how the public puts their own spin on these pieces by incorporating them into their daily wardrobes.”
The Opening Ceremony x Jordan Brand x Russell Westbrook collection is available November 11 at openingceremony.com and Opening Ceremony stores in New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo. The collection will also be available in North America on Nikelab.com and at Nike Lab 21 Mercer and Chicago doors December 5.
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Heating up on and off the court this winter season, the Nike Icon Clash collection returns with a versatile line of mix-and-match workout pieces rooted in basketball design.
Sprinkled with feminine glam, such as gold and silver metallics, and paired with detailed stripes, jersey fabric and engineered knits, the pieces are tailored for a variety of workouts and transition easily to daily runways.
“With Nike’s new Icon Clash collection, we’re really excited to extend the energy and amazing sport details from the game of basketball onto versatile products across running, training and more,” says Jessica Laird, Nike Women’s Apparel Senior Creative Director.
The apparel collection drops globally November 1.
The Nike Sportswear 2019 Holiday Collection puts a winterized spin on classic outerwear silhouettes through a combination of textured and quilted fabrics.
The men and women’s collections arrive on nike.com, the Nike App and in select stores globally this November.
Nike ACG is designed to withstand the environment across all elements. The all-conditions gear, created and tested in Oregon, returns to ensure warmth and weather-proofing during the winter season.
Here’s a glimpse of the collection:
The ACG Gore-Tex Jacket meshes Gore’s waterproof, windproof and breathable technologies with ACG’s silhouette for the line’s most protective jacket. The collection also includes the ACG Primaloft Hooded Jacket, which provides lightweight warmth, plus wind and water resistance. The ACG Primaloft Trail Paint delivers insulation for cold and wet hikes, and incorporates reinforced knee and seat areas that strengthen the pant for activity in all conditions.
The ACG Winter 2019 apparel and footwear collection releases October 25.
NIKE FOOTBALL (SOCCER)
Nike, FC Internazionale Milano and Pirelli Introduce the Racing Collection
October 04, 2019
Extending the FC Internazionale Milano third kit for the 2019-20 season, the Nike Racing Collection celebrates the Inter’s long-running partnership with Pirelli through a new apparel capsule inspired by motorsport racing.
The collection will be available October 4 on nike.com, store.inter.it, NikeLab Milano and at select retailers.
Cody Hudson’s Latest Running Collection Depicts Motion on Bold Print
October 02, 2019
Wisconsin-bred, Chicago-based graphic designer Cody Hudson brings power, humor and memorable narrative to simple shapes in his second installation as part of Nike Running’s A.I.R. (artist in residence) program.
This collection is an updated take on ’60s counter-culture through bold colors, graphics and text. With thoughtful color and arrangement, Hudson employs a pattern of loose circles to convey constant motion and togetherness.
“The hand-painted dot pattern that is used through the line was meant to convey a feeling of movement and motion, but in a less-than-perfect way,” Hudson says. “To me, the dots feel like individuals all coming together to form something bigger when you see it as a larger pattern.”
The Cody Hudson Artist Collection is available October 3 in North America on nike.com and select Nike stores.
Debuted in August 2018, the Nike LeBron James x John Elliott Icon Collection is a tripartite study in head-to-toe versatility. Highlighted by the Icon QS, a fresh lifestyle approach to basketball footwear, the full assemblage of apparel also considers basketball basics with a new perspective. The second drop, including hoodie and longsleeve T-shirt, pushes it all a little farther by introducing subtle colorways that are more evocative of nature than of the gym.
The earthy tones are informed by the landscape of Elliott’s youth. “I’m always trying to tell authentic stories that relate to my experiences,” he says. “For this season, I knew I wanted to show the ICON QS on the runway during New York Fashion Week for what was our 8th show. The story for our current season is rooted in the idea of a ‘dream home,’ which for my mom and our family was a coastal ranch house in Northern California.”
The latest ICON collection hues are birthed from this place, where the sea meets open land. Blanketed by fog, it is a starkly rugged, gorgeous space. The color scheme relays time spent in this climate, allowing for textures created through single colors, and morphing depending on how the item is worn.
“It’s really exciting, because you put a technical shoe through an earthy lens and complete the look with the apparel too,” says Elliott. “When I approach anything with Nike my goal is to create something that is timeless. The shoe, as a project, wasn’t easy. It required a lot of trial and error, but it has helped us find a way to form something that brings basketball culture more fluidly into our overall style choices.”
The Nike LeBron James x John Elliott hoodie and longsleeve release October 9 from John Elliott, nike.com and select retailers.
The Nike Berlin Fast Capsule Collection will champion Berlin’s premier running event, which draws runners from across the globe. Berlin-based creative director Joey Elgersma and founder of the Berlin Braves, a Berlin sports club and run crew, chose yellow as the main color for the collection in an ode to the city’s spirited running culture.
That collection, which consists of an AeroSwift Singlet, the AeroSwift 4″ Short, a Marathoner Jacket, Tailwind Hat, and racing sleeves and socks, also honors Berlin’s vibrant local running scene by underscoring different logo designs and local messaging.
The Nike Berlin Fast Capsule Collection is available now at Nike Store Berlin and on nike.com.
The Subtle Sides of New York City Revealed in the NikeCourt Fall Collection
August 12, 2019
Oil-slicked streets at night, a lone graffiti strip on a wall, the pronounced embroidery on a basketball jacket decal — these quiet details give the fall 2019 NikeCourt collection an introspective flavor.
The intent is to communicate the essence of New York City through subtle signals. “There’s so much going on around Flushing Meadows, but even though that playing atmosphere is well-known, we knew we could expand our notions of what the city can mean to the people who live there, and to the players,” says Abby Swancutt, Global Design Director of NikeCourt.
A black jacket and pant inspired by vintage basketball warm-ups highlight the collection, which is filled out by the distressed art patterning of the faux V-neck polos in gradient violets and neon greens.
Athlete on-court looks continue the tonal theme. Serena Williams, wearing a custom NikeCourt bodysuit, will tie up a Flare Knit Low with an iridescent heel drawn from the city’s oil-slicked streets. Printed on the heel are Williams’ career wins at Flushing Meadows.
The NikeCourt fall 2019 collection releases August 19 on nike.com and at select retailers.
Like the accompanying footwear, the apparel for the China Hoop Dreams pack crosses basketball style lines, with qualities of in-game gear floating into streetwear and vice-versa. In China, that stylistic influence of the game has permeated throughout popular fashion culture, expanding wider than the game itself, channeling both a distinct look and an unmistakable swagger.
The China Hoop Dreams apparel pack releases August 8 in Greater China.
Presenting the Jordan Brand Greater China Apparel Collection
August 07, 2019
Jordan Brand apparel arrives for fall 2019 exploring a color scheme that moves beyond bloodline Jumpman styles, while tapping into a critical part of MJ’s story: his renown in overseas play, depicted by resplendent golds of tournament medals. Functional pieces like the Zip Hoodie meet graphic-driven garments like the Hoop Dream Diamond Tee for a capsule collection that explores the periphery of legacy and location for this summer’s premier basketball showcase in China.
The Jordan Brand apparel collection releases August 8 in Greater China.
Nike ACG apparel is designed to provide convenient solutions for an unpredictable outdoor landscape. One example: the almighty pocket, a feature that the fall 2019 collection refines through styles like the ACG Overalls.
“We think about pockets a lot in ACG — everything is considered,” says Nur Abbas, Design Director for Nike ACG. “How big should they be? How easy are they to access? Do you want to see the contents?”
Another pillar of the ACG line is the use of bold prints, which undergo a twist within the seasonal line through designs inspired by rock formations and former ACG midsole foams.
Rounding out the collection is a matte-black colorway of the ACG React Terra Gobe, sitting atop a black rubber toe and toothy outsole for durable traction.
The first drop of the fall 2019 ACG apparel collection releases August 9.
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Cody Hudson’s Abstract Concepts Define the Latest Nike Running Collection
July 17, 2019
Chicago-based artist Cody Hudson is the latest participant in Nike Running’s A.I.R. (artist in residence) program. Extending Nike’s longstanding connection to graphic arts, this program pairs a creative talent with a range of contemporary silhouettes (both apparel and footwear) in the spirit of creating playful and energetic product capsules.
When cultivating the design for this collection, Hudson wanted it to feel naturally artistic yet polished and purposeful. His conceptual design is brought to life through bold colors, simple graphics and clean text, creating a modern ensemble for the modern runner.
The products are an expression of Hudson’s artistry in which he emphasizes organic shapes and colors. “The loose circle pattern to me is about constant motion and movement, but in a less than perfect way,” he says. “The bold and graphic shapes are meant to be abstract and open-ended enough where the viewer can start to bring their own meaning to them.”
The Cody Hudson Artist Apparel Collection is available July 18 in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Greater China, and September 5 in North America.
Giannis Antetokounmpo‘s favorite film, “Coming to America” (he called it “The Prince”), is the basis for the reigning MVP’s first themed apparel and footwear collection. An official collaboration with Paramount Pictures, the Air Zoom Freak 1, along with a complementary T-shirt and cap, are embellished with animal print and rich gold accents to mimic the royal garb worn by Prince Akeem upon his formal entrance to the U.S. A track jacket and short complete the capsule.
The collection launches August 2.
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The Nike Pro Collection is Built for the Toughest Workouts
June 25, 2019
Fans of Nike know that Nike Pro helps them stay focused during their workouts by keeping them comfortable. The brand mark first appeared in 2005 on athletic base layer apparel, and the evolved selection now spans fleeces, jackets, tops, pants, tights and shorts for men and women. It’s made for thorough training conditions and matched by thorough testing, such as dragging barbells across a pair of tights or rubbing the fabric against a gym floor to simulate abrasion.
Building from that rigorous criteria is the new Nike Pro Collection, a dual-gender assortment of pinnacle Nike Training apparel with select pieces featuring Nike AeroAdapt technology, a new material innovation made up of reactive yarn.
The Nike Pro Collection, with select pieces featuring Nike AeroAdapt technology, releases July 8 on nike.com and at select retailers.