Kim Jones, the current Artistic Director at DIOR, is responsible for some of the biggest releases in streetwear — the DIOR x Air Jordan 1 among the most notable. But before Jones took up seat at the aforementioned atelier, he had his very own set of underrated Nike collaborations, a line-up that’s soon to return with this forthcoming Nike Air Max 95 Women.
Photographed here by the recently ridiculed — but still well-lauded — Juergen Teller, the collection strikes a solid balance between streetwear and footwear. The two forthcoming colorways of
the Nike Air Max 95 Men, however, surely steal the spotlight, bearing a design that loosely imitates the Air Max 360. Details like the perforated upper and the mini-Swoosh are pulled directly from the latter, while the focal “Total Orange” and “Volt” details draw from the Nike Air Max 95 Cheap heritage. Elsewhere, the schemes feature inverted gradients at their side and the technical, stretch-woven Nexkin material at the eyestays.
Upon examination of the Nike Air Max 95 Sale recent offerings and signature colorways such as the OG Air Max 95 “Neon,” the Max Air model is most often realized for its bold, brightly colored arrangements. The fan-favorite silhouette proves its versatility by delivering a toned-down, elegant women’s exclusive that’s fit for minimalists.