Following the recent release of New Drop Jordans and designer Hiromichi Ochiai, FACETASM's new Jordan "Why Not" Zer0.4 collaboration version now has an official look. The cooperation sneakers brought the classic mixed materials of the Japanese brand and the signature shoes of Russell Westbrook with contrasting aesthetics. The shoes FACETASM x Jordan "Why Not" Zer0.4 upper uses different colors. The FACETASM "smoky blue" hue appears in the suede, next to it is the black overlay, the white part and the red and orange heel label. Elsewhere, Japanese brands have added details such as contrast stitching, red and white shoelaces and furry tongues. In terms of design, the brand added stitches on the heel and off-center label
Studsey wants to come together with Nike to redo Air Force 1 again. After just released a cannabis-like black AF-1 just a month ago, the two names are back, with colorful limited edition models launched on the same platform. In five colors, these new Stussy x Nike Air Force 1 are all hand-dyed in California by Lookoutamp;Wonderland. Lookoutamp;Wonderland is an art institution based on plant colors, drugs and fibers. Blue, green, yellow, purple, and red are all made with ethical vegetable dyes, which are selected to represent each of the world's tourist cities in Stuttgart. If you look closely, these pictures seem to be stained versions of the past Stutsi "fossil" Nike Air Force Type 1.
Coupled with some leaked pictures, we now have a detailed look at sacai x Nike Blazer Low "Magma Orange" and "Classic Green". Continuing the continuous collaboration of designer Chitose Abe, the upcoming version follows the design vision to establish a classic model adopted by the high roof. The Nike Blazer Low models "White/Lava Orange/White" and "Medium Gray/Classic Green/White" series use low-top leather uppers, midfoot stretched and overlapped with Swoosh logo, and laces are covered. Other details on the shoe include double laces, folded tongue and tongue tag. Other brands include printed insoles and the "NIKE" logo on the heel label. Finally, what lifts the shoe is the bottom of the cup that extends to the upper.