The latest collection of “future training uniforms” once again mixes data influences with the aesthetic Williams has established with 1017 ALYX 9SM. Analyzed data regarding motion, heat and sweat zones are used graphically to elevate the concept of performance apparel, and to create a new expression of camouflage.
The camo print compounds “imperfections” against accurate computer results to create a pattern that hides the human form. Comprised of insulated jackets, practical vests, functional pants, convertible headwear, gloves and socks, the collection is constructed to meet the requirements of tough, outdoors training. Additionally, Williams put together a new slip-on sneaker with a bootie-like upper that’s built upon an established Nike running silhouette.
Check out the lookbook above and expect Matthew M. Williams’ second Nike collection to release February 7 at nike.com and NikeLab locations.
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