Tag Archives: Floral

Opening Ceremony x Vans Release the “Satin Floral” Pack

Shortly after teaming up on the “Good Luck” pack which saw elaborate embroidery inspired by East Asian motifs, Opening Ceremony and Vans unveil a continuation of the theme with the “Satin Floral” pack. This latest release takes on the OG Era LX and Style 93 over the familiar Slip-Ons and introduces a satin jacquard with …

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Opening Ceremony Teams Up With Vans For Satin Floral Collection

Longtime collaborative partners Vans and Opening Ceremony are back together once again to release one of their most finely crafted collections yet. Done up in Satin, this four-piece set includes reimagined versions of iconic silhouettes the likes of the Vans Era and the Vans Style 93. Floral patterns are the highlight of this collection, as each of the iterations usher in luxurious and colorfully embroidered jacquard graphics. Appreciators of these unique designs can grab a pair exclusively f…

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Nike’s Pairing Of Camo And Floral Prints Arrives On Three Air Max Models For Women

Tow of Nike’s most popular aesthetics for its Sportswear subsidiary are camouflage and floral prints. When it comes to women’s footwear, these two motifs – when handled in a feminine way – can create a sneaker that is a must have for the increasingly popular ladies-only sneakerhead demographic. Following suit, the Swoosh is now creating a three-piece Air Max collection that combines both floral and camouflage with the Air Max 1, the Air Max 95, and the Air Max 98. Each…

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The Nike Janoski Is Back With Another Floral Print

One of Nike SB’s most replicated, and admired combinations is the addition of floral prints onto Stefan Janoski’s signature shoe line. It has adorned numerous models from the Janoski Slip-On to his keynote silhouette, and now it is back on the Janoski Max. Equipped with a premium Air Max cushion system, this particular silhouette is the most advanced rendition of this Swoosh Brand rider’s signature line. Black adorned the majority of this offering’s mesh upper, while a…

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Raf Simons Taps Floral Arrangements for Fall/Winter 2018 Campaign

Lensed by Willy Vanderperre and styled by Olivier Rizzo, Raf Simons debuts its Fall/Winter 2018 campaign. Channeling similar floral themes first seen in Raf Simon’s critically lauded FW18 runway presentation, the imagery juxtaposes floral arrangements and moody portraiture with striking results. To grant the wilting arrange…

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More Tropical Floral Themes Appear On The Nike Air Max 1

As the saying goes, April showers bring May flowers, and Nike is taking note. Following up on a darker pair from last month, the Swoosh has another Tropical themed Air Max 1 in the works with canvas tooling. With an aesthetic that resembles a pair of board shorts, this women’s exclusive Air Max offering will have you in the mood for Spring. Utilizing University Gold as its focal point on the midfoot Swoosh and elements of its floral detailing, its white mudguard creates a look that is p…

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Yohji Yamamoto x New Era Goes Floral for Spring/Summer 2018

After Fall/Winter 2017’s blacked-out drop, Yohji Yamamoto rejoins New Era for a slightly more colorful release. This drop centers around black & navy items, all emblazoned with the Yohji Yamamoto logo or a skull-and-flower pattern sourced from the designer’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection. Street-ready silhouettes, like coaches jackets,…

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MIDIUMISOLID Offers Vibrant Floral Garments for Spring/Summer 2018

Mother Industries director Nobuaki Sasano and TAKK designer Morikawa Tsubuseno return with a new Spring/Summer 2018 collection for their joint imprint, MIDIUMISOLID.The assemblage spotlights patchwork long coats in tonal white, typewriter cloth coats, linen suiting with subtle painted detailing, a short-sleeved button down shirt with floral prin…

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Floral Themes Appear On The Air Jordan 6 Retro “Chinese New Year”

Jordan Brand and Nike will soon turn its attention to the annual Chinese New Year celebration as several footwear options will become available in January. One anchoring visual theme will be the blooming red and white flower embroidery seen on the heels of this Air Jordan 6 Retro as well as the Nike Kyrie 4 that was previewed earlier this week. Fireworks will also serve as an enticing graphic as well, while the black, gold, and red colorway speaks to the traditional colors of the holiday. The…

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