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I spy with my little eye some Nike sneakers on Martine Rose's runway.

The eponymous label debuted its Spring/Summer 2025 collection, complete with prosthetic noses, ankle-grazing hair, and Nikes (!!!).

Only one pair made the cut for the Milan Fashion Week presentation, but it made enough of a statement to this sneaker-loving writer.

The Nikes featured in Martine Rose's show were none other than the new Air Max Tiempo, the Swoosh's viral Air Max sneaker hybrid inspired by its retro Tiempo football boot.

The Nike Air Max Tiempo sneaker again appeared in its classic black-and-white paint job. What's more, the shoes once more captured attention with its flappy foldover tongues, famously seen on earlier soccer shoes such as Nike's boot.

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Martine Rose confirmed that the Nike Air Tiempos from the SS25 are not part of an official collaboration with Nike. Simply, Martine Rose advanced its love for the game, as evidenced with the label's excellent football jerseys and previous Nike collections celebrating women of the game.

Although, after chunked-up dad shoes and formal Shox sneakers, I'd certainly love to see a Martine Rose x Nike Air Max Tiempo collaboration come to life.

Regardless, with the runway debut, perhaps this means that the Nike Air Max Tiempo's anticipated launch is closer than we think.

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Martine Rose is back on its fashion week world tour. After showing in London and Paris, the designer heads to Milan for her first-ever show in the Italian city of fashion.

Like Martine Rose's other presentations, the latest was yet another fashion extravaganza filled with the usual MR twists on wardrobe staples: lace-up track jackets, corporate pencil skirts realized with moto-style leather, and varsity-style fishnet socks.

At the same time, seemingly fresh Clarks shoes joined "Local Hero" baseball caps and chic handbags as the standout accessories of Martine Rose SS25. Those Nikes included.

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