First appearing in 1992, Liberty London’s Cameo print makes a reappearance for this latest collaboration. The Nike X Liberty London 2015 Collection comprises of four iconic sneaks, all decked out in this funky and unique pattern.
Created by one of the major textile design companies of the 20th century, The Silver Studio, this abstract floral motif has a timeless aesthetic which has come to represent quality and high fashion. Now firmly planted on some of Nike’s most popular silhouettes, this signature print looks just as good now as it did back in the day.
The Nike X Liberty Cortez Epic features the print across much of its upper with the exception of a black mudguard and swoosh. Tonal laces and inner lining features whilst a splash of colour comes in the form of red branding to the tongue tab.
The Nike X Liberty Roshe One takes on a similar aesthetic, this time with the addition of the fabric to the sidewall. Black premier suede features on the toe area and heel region, whilst the pair contrast against a crisp white midsole.
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The Nike X Liberty Air Force 1 High takes a more refined approach, featuring mainly black leather with subtle hints of the iconic patterning to the sidewall, toe and tongue tab. The customary midfoot strap and black swoosh provides the finishing touches.
The Nike X Liberty Air Max Thea utilises a combination of the same pattern with a green printed overlay and black leather. A white midsole includes a visible Max Air unit and a vibrant red heel pull.
Nike X Liberty London 2015 Collection
The Nike X Liberty London 2015 Collection is scheduled to release on 17th December.
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