This week in NYC, Nike showcased their Spring/Summer 2015 collection in a presentation which managed to do exactly what Nike does best: impress with their innovation and revolutionary design. The Swoosh debuted their advancements in design and new styles which include footwear and apparel that cater to every element of an athletic lifestyle, including yoga, training sessions and running, as well as digital services that support all of the above. The performance-driven collections were presented on and alongside 27 of the world's greatest athletes, as well as supermodels Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls who featured in a short runway show wearing Nike Women's recent collaboration with fashion designer Pedro Lourenço.
On top of the forthcoming collections, Nike delved into their archives and created installations that featured sneakers worn in the Olympics, as well as some of their exclusive collaborations of past and present, most recently their AF1 collection with Riccardo Tisci. The lauded Flyknit technology featured heavily in the preview, especially in a Roshe Run silhouette which arrives next year in women's sizes, and the Flyknit Lunar 3, as well as the Hyperagility - which is essentially the women's version of the Zoom Hypercross Trainer - which will also be sporting a Flyknit upper.