Pigalle’s strongest card for FW20 was its ability to understand and reimagine sportswear, delivering looks including a tailored pajama-like two-piece comprised of a satin striped blazer — which incorporated drawcords and zip-pockets into its track jacket-esque design — and a pair of trousers, which sported both Pigalle and Nike branding alongside a multicolored side stripe.
Other notable pieces included its selection of pastel Nike offerings, as well as items that focused on the collection’s slogan “The power of sport to move the world,” including chore jackets, mesh tops and hoodies. Rounding out Pigalle’s Nike offerings was the collaborative pair of Court Borough Highs — a premium high-cut basketball sneaker finished in blush pink leather and tan mesh hues.
The Nike Court Borough High was joined by the previously-seen Converse Chuck 70 Ox “Lightning Storm” pack, while standout Pigalle pieces contrasted the previously sports-indebted Nike looks — with nods to tailoring through pieces including a yellow overcoat, a flecked wool suit, and a pajama set comprised of a silk log0-adorned shirt and a pair of finely-ribbed trousers.
Take a look at Stéphane Ashpool‘s pieces for Pigalle FW20 in the main gallery at the top of this story, backstage snaps in the immediate gallery above, and stay tuned to HYPEBEAST for more information surrounding the release of the Nike collaboration seen above.
In case you missed it, check out the COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT FW20 runway show, complete with Futura-designed looks and a pair of ASICS GEL-LYTE 3s.