NikeCourt Heads to Paris for Latest Tennis Apparel Collection

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To showcase its latest range of stylish sportswear, Nike tennis imprint, NikeCourt hit up indoor clay courts and cast a number of local, Parisian tennis fans from The Ace Club to style out the new collection. Contrasting the advanced, functional design of Nike sports apparel with distinctly macabre, “old world” prints, the NikeCourt Paris Collection injects an undeniable element of flair into any tennis enthusiast’s wardrobe options.

Available in three print options, Dark Floral, Macabre Toile and Fleur de “Bee” (featuring France’s national Bee symbol), the collection harks back to French design heritage and imagery and repurposes it for today’s urban tennis court.

Get a better look in the galleries and film above and pick up your favorite pieces head over to the Nike web store, which go on sale on May 20.

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