Rei Kawakubo once again gave the crowd a show that goes beyond fashion for Paris Fashion Week this week. As usual the Japanese designer goes beyond trends and what is hot or not, but has her very own vision of where things are going and what statements need to be made. Just like last season, the show was also the ideal platform for the introduction of an upcoming sneaker collaboration with Nike. During past shows the collaboration Nike VaporMax and the Dunk Hi were spotted months before the release. This time a special version of the Nike Lunar Epic Flyknit performance running shoe was spotted on the runway in Paris, as part of the COMME des GARÇONS Fall 2017 collection. The sneaker comes with a Flyknit upper and features the addition of a bow in contrasting black. We will keep you posted on the release of the sneaker.

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