NikeLab is a speciality streetwear line from sport giant Nike.
Launched in 2014 it focuses on creating high-end fashion from classic established designs and launching innovations that combine sport, design and culture.
Each physical NikeLab location is a carefully curated hub for merchandise, workshops and creativity – displaying in-progress works that bridge the gap between retail and innovation.
NikeLab is also home to the relaunched ACG line and has been the go-to collaborator for the likes of Stone Island, Undercover, Gyakusou and more.
NikeLab revamps the iconic Nike offshoot – All Conditions Gear line. ACG first appeared on the scene in the late 80s in an effort to bring comfort and style to outdoor style. The relaunch comes under the creative direction of Errolson Hugh.
NikeLab opens in Milan.
NikeLab and Stone Island release a second collab on the WindRunner jacket
NikeLab launch the Air Force 1 animal print colorway.
NikeLab release an updated ACG Zoom Terra Sertig sneaker. With most of the original design elements maintained, it incorporates new Zoom Air cushioning and a revamped outsole.
NikeLab launches new collection, Advanced Apparel Exploration (A.A.E) 1.0, with a revamp of the basic tee. The A.A.E. 1.0 T-shirt brings high-tech design to the wardrobe staple.
NikeLab and A-COLD-WALL* display their most recent capsule collection at NikeLab London. The collection combines ACW*’s workwear style with Nike’s athletic functionality.
NikeLab teams up with Dior Homme creative director Kim Jones to bring a new high-top hybrid sneaker that combines classic silhouettes including the Air Max 360, Vandal and Blazer.
NikeLab collaborates with Off-White to deliver a new collection. The ad campaign features athlete Caster Semenya running through Johannesburg.