The appointment of 37-year-old Ghanaian-American Virgil Abloh at the largest luxury fashion conglomerate in the world is a huge win.
Yahoo's fashion editor, Julie Tong, tried out Nike's newest running shoes, the Epic React Flyknit sneakers, at the gym, to get a sense of their new cushioning system.
Each brand's version of the Olympic uniform may have their own stylistic take, but they all have one thing in common: a celebration of Team USA.
Nike unveiled its official uniforms for the 2018 Olympics. Nike has unveiled the official outfits for the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, but people are asking if they’re made in America. On Tuesday, Nike introduced the Metal Stand Collection, to be worn by medalists in freezing February temperatures in PyeongChang: a Team USA Hypershield Summit Jacket (a removable bomber zip-up), waterproof pants with a cinched waist and ankle zippers, lace-free boots, and “touchscreen-compatible” gloves. The clothing will be available in stores Jan. 15.
Sneaker Con NYC is the world's largest expo for sneaker enthusiasts, held in NYC's Javits Center and attracting 19,000 attendees this year. The two-day event underserved one major group of people, though: women.
Whether or not we have the Nike SNKRS app, follow all the hypebeasts (and baes) on Instagram, or line up around the block for the latest Yeezy drop, there's undoubtedly a little bit of sneakerhead in all of us. From statement-making glitter and all-over patterns to super-retro throwback styles, we have a feeling your closet is soon going to be filled with kicks you just can't ignore.
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.
This content originally appeared on Health. PSA: Nike just released a line of workout gear inspired by everyone’s favorite color. The brand’s new Chrome Blush collection includes 59 workout tops, sports bras, leggings, and sneakers in various shades of millennial pink, as well as complimentary neutrals like grey and cream. The best part? Everything in the collection is as functional as it is pretty: think lightweight sneakers, flexible fabrics with amazing breathability, and supersoft tees and tanks in the popular pale pink hue. Here, seven of our favorite pieces from the line. Nike Indy Cooling Bra Why choose between form and function when you can have both? Nike’s Dri-Fit technology wicks moisture from skin (even when you’re breaking a serious sweat), and removable pads enable you to control how much shape and coverage you want during low-impact workouts. To buy: $34; nike.com Nike Pro Hypercool Give your workout wardrobe the upgrade it deserves with this lightweight tank. Not only are mesh panels flattering, they also help skin breathe. Racerback straps let you stretch, sprint, or enjoy savasana with maximum comfort. To buy: $45; nike.com Air Zoom Fearless Flyknit Treat your feet to something fresh with the Air Zoom Fearless Flyknit sneakers. Thanks to superlight fabric, this shoe is perfect for HIIT workouts—but still stylish enough to wear around town. To buy: $140; nike.com Dualtone Racer With breathable uppers and a cushy foam sole, these two-tone sneakers will keep your feet comfy all day, from your morning commute to evening run. To buy: $90; nike.com Nike Sportswear Women's Hoodie Cover up on cooler days with this versatile hoodie. With an adjustable hood, soft sleeves, and—wait for it—side pockets, this is the only thing you’ll need for outdoor workouts. You can even wear it on your rest days—style with jeans for a cozy athleisure look. To buy: $70; nike.com Power Legendary Training Tights Go beyond basic black with these cool-girl leggings. The beautiful pattern features chrome blush mixed with earth tones, so they’ll go with almost any top. Plus, they boast a slew of hidden features, such as mesh panels keep you cool and tiny waistband for your essentials. What’s not to love? To buy: $115; nike.com Free TR7 AMP Sneaker Thanks to Nike’s flexible foam sole, the Free TR7 AMP shoe is designed to help you push your limits, whether at the gym, track, or HIIT studio. Rubber outsoles offer extra durability, and the inner sleeve provides a sock-like fit. To buy: $100; nike.com
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.