John Elliott’s 2017 Fall/Winter Collection Is Inspired by Sportswear Staples

Featuring a NikeLab Vandal High collab.

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For his recent show at New York Fashion Week, designer John Elliott decided to take his 2017 fall/winter collection to the courts. Changing up the runway floor to resemble a basketball court, the atmosphere clearly complemented the sportswear influence displayed in the collection. “My whole inspiration for this season was really the cultural exchange that takes place as a result of sport,” Elliott noted when asked about the sportswear inspiration found in the collection. Along with the previously reported NikeLab Vandal High collaboration, models walked the runway sporting a mix of traditional menswear garments with a sportswear staple edge. Check out John Elliott’s 2017 fall/winter collection above and let us know what you think.

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