NikeLab Goes Back to Basics for Its Fall 2017 "Essentials" Collection

Modern cuts and minimal color palettes.

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NikeLab has released the lookbook for its Fall 2017 “Essentials” collection — a 13-piece modular apparel line for active, nonstop lifestyles. This season’s theme pares it down to the fundamentals of design, focusing on modern cuts, clean lines, minimal color palettes, and engineered knit and woven fabrics from Nike‘s industry-leading materials library.

The collection spans running, training and lifestyle demands, and is designed to be mixed and matched to meet personal styles and climate requirements. Low-key basics and bold statement pieces in metallics and neons satisfy both subtle and eye-catching styles, while adaptable layers, versatile anchors, and strategic ventilation maximize comfort and performance to meet any daily needs.

Flip through the NikeLab Fall 2017 “Essentials” collection lookbook above and head over to NikeLab’s web store to shop the pieces. Also, make sure to check out NikeLab’s Advanced Apparel Exploration 1.0 collection.

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