Liberty London and Nike have joined forces on an all-new collection for the holiday season. Drawing inspiration from Liberty's "Cameo" print - which debuted in 1933 - the collections sees a floral motif stamped across some of Nike's classic sneaker styles, with some matching apparel thrown in for good measure.

The range takes performance pieces - namely tapered jersey pants, T-shirts and pullovers - and gives them floral print detailing, alongside a re-worked Cortez sneaker dubbed the Cortez Epic. The Air Max Thea, Air Force 1 Hi, Roshe One and Lunaracer SFB join the party as well.

The collab's Cortez Epic is set to drop December 3, with the rest of the collection following December 7 at Liberty London.

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