Nike has continued their successful streak of producing creative, luxury sportswear, this time at the hands of Johanna F. Schneider. A designer at hi-tech label ACRONYM, Schneider has carried on the functionality and incorporation of technology from the label into the Nike collection. 

Nike's most popular sportwear pieces have received a modern makeover from the Berlin designer, with multiple fabric layering becoming a standout feature in the range of sports bras, leggings and lightweight jackets. Sourcing inspiration from the human form, the range aims to increase the body's performance. Organic colours and prints feature in the collection, proving an interesting and welcome change to usual sportwear design. 

The line will be available from February 26. 

Nikelab.com

 

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