Nike Celebrates Air Force 1 with Floral Grade School Collection
While Nike’s consistent releases have somewhat overshadowed the Air Force 1’s 40th anniversary, with the brand mainly spotlighting the Dunk Low and its myriad collaborations, a nod to the iconic Bruce Kilgore creation is set to emerge before year-end. Nike unveils a floral-inspired grade school collection, giving the classic silhouette a botanical touch.
The collection presents a subdued aesthetic. Utilizing a monochrome backdrop adorned with floral motifs, the low-top design emphasizes simplicity yet sophistication. Dominated by a neutral Pantone, the smooth tan leather wraps around most of the upper, exuding an upscale handbag feel. Bright white highlights accentuate the profile swooshes, laces, and midsole. These details are beautifully juxtaposed with yellow-gold elements on the tongue and heel tabs and a timeless gum outsole. The design’s pièce de résistance? Three sleek black embroidered flowers on the heel’s lateral overlay.
Stay tuned with Decree Magazine for a closer inspection of the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Yellow/Gum” within the “Floral” collection and upcoming release specifics.
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