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Nike React Element 55 Features Bright Crimson On A White Base

In silhouette and partially in name, the React Element 55 holds the core DNA of the shoe of 2018, flaunting its coveted profile in a forthcoming tooling of White and Red. The once translucent upper dons a scheme elegant enough for the ball though versatile enough for everyday wear. Bleached in its appearance, the kit comes resembling a luxurious ball gown with the lateral swoosh, tongue branding hit, and outsole crevices balancing the piece with its bolder hue. Mesh fabrications throughout ad…

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Harmony x Asics Present A Bright Duet Of Kayano 25s

Despite their lack of presence in the sneaker scene, Harmony exhibits a refined sense of taste that further establishes their title as a purveyor of modern fashion. David Obadia’s guidance since the label’s inception in 2014 has brought them to the final rounds of the ANDAM prize, with that forward-facing attitude bleeding into their forthcoming Asics collaboration. Left monochrome as is fitting of the house’s minimal style, the Gel Kayano 25 comes in twos: one dressed in a …

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Prada’s Cloudbust Sneaker Gets Dipped in Bright Green

Prada’s Cloudbust model arrives this season in an attention-grabbing, neon colorway. Its previous “Black/Orange” iteration is followed up by a combination of bright green and black along its knitted upper. The elevated sportswear sneaker sits atop a bubbly rubber outsole and shares a velcro strap across its midfoot…

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Bright Infrared Hits The Nike Air Max 1

While 2017 may have been a banner year for the Air Max 1, it doesn’t appear that Nike has any plans of slowing its momentum in 2018. Sharing a very similar color blocking scheme to the Gym Blue pair we showed you two weeks ago, is this brand new Bright Infrared selection that combines infrared and dark red to create this clean look. Cool Grey panelling and white mesh make up for the rest of the design, that keeps the look simple and doesn’t oversaturate it with too many colors. Mu…

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