Yesterday we gave you an exclusive look at the most recent collaboration between Nike and Hiroshi Fujiwara’s fragment design. This time the two worked on a collection evolving around the tennis sport, including two limited edition versions of the Nike Tennis Classic. Matching the shoes, the collaboration also provides the Nike Court Apparel Collection by fragment design, a small capsule collection of updated tennis wear with beautiful details, and the usual minimal looks that we are used to see from fragment.
“Inspired by the sport’s effortless aesthetic, Fragment Design founder Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Nike Court Apparel Collection instills a domineering attitude into the sang-froid of classic tennis silhouettes. Executed in a palette of deep navy blue or stark white, the pullover Nike Court ½ Zip Jacket, Nike Court Polo, and Nike Court Herrington Jacket all exude a quiet confidence ready to be exerted on opponents.
The Nike Court ½ Zip Jacket features a large center-pocket, white zip and Nike Court details as well as printed Fragment logo details on the sleeve and back.
The Nike Court Polo updates a Tennis mainstay with blue accents on white cotton as well as an ergonomic seams and cut for ease of movement.
Celebrating a classic court staple the Nike Court Herrington Jacket is constructed from lightweight fabric and features white zips, stitched detailing, and a mock neck.”
Coinciding with the Grand Slam Tournament in New York City, the Nike Court Apparel Collection by Fragment, will be released at Niketown NY, NikeLab locations around the world, and on nike.com/nikelab on August 21.