Highsnobiety’s exclusive European release will take place via an online raffle, which is open from September 9 at 9am CEST to September 11 at 6pm CEST.

Here, Highsnobiety has paired photographer Julien Tell with Berlin-based stylist Tim Heyduck to highlight the different ways to match the auto-lacing sneaker with everyday wardrobe staples to create a truly contemporary fit.

For the first colorway, we paired the black-white-gray sneaker with a mix of casual sportswear and long-sleeved shirts from Parisian label Y/Project, and a little dash of normcore via some bootcut-fit denim from Levi’s.

When it comes to the louder, yellow colorway, we upped the ante with an acid green jacket from C.P. Company, a navy blue suit from Scabal London, and pleated pants from Pringle of Scotland.

You can read more about how Nike have adapted the Huarache for 2019 using FitAdapt auto-lacing technology here.

Highsnobiety’s exclusive European release will take place via an online raffle, which is open from September 9 at 9am CEST to September 11 at 6pm CEST.

  • Stylist: Tim Heyduck
  • Featured brands: American Vintage, NMBR PRJCT, Uniqlo, ba & sh, Nike, Joseph, Kristine Krebs, Ellesse, Ron Dorf, Heattech Uniqlo, George Patrick, Y Project, Lululemon, C.P. Company, Crane, Scabal London, Muji, Elysee, Our Legacy, Levi’s, WooYungMi Paris, Gortex, KCA LAB, and Pringle of Scotland
Words by Max Grobe
Associate Fashion Editor
What To Read Next