Nike’s new athluxury collection wants to outfit women for any situation—not just sports.
On Thursday morning, Vogue announced an exciting collaboration with Nike's Jordan Brand inspired by none other than Anna Wintour. The famous editor-in-chief is the muse for two new styles of Air Jordans, including the Air Jordan I, which Wintour wears in the video teaser above. The ...
Nike has apparently put two of the ultimate summer staples together, creating the most functional — or questionable — item of the season.
The appointment of 37-year-old Ghanaian-American Virgil Abloh at the largest luxury fashion conglomerate in the world is a huge win.
The five girls are students with the highest GPAs at Seed Academy Girls, a boarding school in Thiès, Senegal, where 20 students receive free scholarships to study and train in basketball.
"He asked the man if they had any basketball shoes that are under $75, because that's all that he had..."
Personal trainer and social media star Sophie Gray lost followers after switching from fitspo posts to ones focused on self-acceptance and body positivity.
Kanye West is reportedly thinking about collaborating with Calabasas High School to bring his Adidas-backed Yeezy fashion line to the school's athletic teams.
The $1.67 trillion global sportswear and athleisure market tends to focus on style and comfort, not on function. That leaves women without sports bras that support them.
Nike’s announcement of its new Pro Hijab was met with mixed reception. Nike recently announced it is releasing the Nike Pro Hijab for Muslim female athletes. “I’m sorry #Nike but I’m not going to support the oppression of woman in anyway, shape or form,” Twitter user Brian Fraser tweeted.
When Nike launched its first ever line of plus-size athletic apparel last week, the response was predominantly positive. “Ultimately, beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, and being strong is beautiful. Strong is the keyword for us; size doesn’t matter,” Helen Boucher, Nike’s vice president of women’s training apparel, explained, and most of Twitter erupted in applause. ...
The global sportswear giant continually releases products to help male and female athletes around the world advance their performance. The company announced on Tuesday that it will release the Nike Pro Hijab — showing its commitment to female athletes globally. The Pro Hijab, which took more a year to make, was made with the help of a number of influential Muslim female athletes, who gave the company information about wearing hijabs during athletics.
People of all shapes and sizes work out — and it’s time workout clothing reflected that. Which is why we are thrilled Nike has finally launched a plus-size collection for women.