NikeLab Air Vapormax + Marc Newson

A FlyKnit and leather moccasin in a never-before-seen silhouette

We’ve reached the 30th anniversary of Nike‘s Air Max technology. For some that will trigger nostalgia over iconic silhouettes—and the technical capabilities they delivered. For the team at NikeLab, it was a milestone invitation to continue advancing. And with that, they launched three new partnerships as part of the ongoing Nike Vision-AIRS series, one of which being the return of industrial designer Marc Newson. For …

Interview: Nike ACG Senior Design Director Matthew Millward

Talking work with Errolson Hugh, the modern athlete and internal directives on the launch of the Spring 2015 collection

Blending complex, rich design narratives into every product is one of the reasons that, since it’s start in 1964, Nike remains one of the world’s most fascinating brands. A passion for innovation lives in the halls of the Beaverton, Oregon-based sportswear behemoth and it’s a creative culture that has made way for some of the most beloved athletic designs in history. While this spirit lives …

The Art + Science of Feeling NYC

Brainwave data is used to make Nike's temporary installation an aural, visual and tactile experience

During Milan Design Week 2013 Nike introduced The Art + Science of Super Natural Motion, a live body-mapping exhibition developed by digital artists Universal Everything, Daniel Widrig and Quayola + Sinigaglia to interpret Nike Free and Flyknit technologies. Now after the recent unveiling of their latest running innovation—the Free Hyperfeel—Nike introduced a similar temporary installation dubbed The Art + Science of Feeling, now open to …

myThread Pavilion

Architectural designer Jenny Sabin's biologically-inspired installation launches Nike's Flyknit Collective in NYC

Inspired by the marriage of design and engineering that birthed the groundbreaking Flyknit technology, Nike has selected a handful of global design innovators and tasked them with creating a sculpture, structure or installation piece influenced by the Flyknit shoe, to be unveiled at various locations in the US, China, Brazil, Japan, Italy and the UK. Each project by the members of the Flyknit Collective—chosen for …

HTM Trainer+

Nike's Flyknit kicks in bold new colors just in time for the Olympics

Launching just a few miles from Olympic Park, Nike’s latest take on their already incredible HTM Flyknit trainers sees the ultra lightweight shoe take new shape in a fresh set of hues. The HTM Trainer+ collection—designed by Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield and Mark Parker—arrives to Nike 1948 London this Thursday, where it will sell in limited supply in six colors that really enhance the shoe’s …