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Nike's "Jane on Jane" Sport Pack Editorial Features Model and Artist Jane Moseley

Featuring the brand’s new block logo.

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Nike's "Jane on Jane" Sport Pack Editorial Features Model and Artist Jane Moseley

Featuring the brand’s new block logo.

Following up on the rollout of the imagery for Nike’s Sport Pack, the global brand unveils another newly minted editorial. This time around, Los Angeles-based model and artist Jane Moseley takes the capsule for a spin. In the imagery styled by celebrity stylist Ian Bradley, Moseley appears as herself alongside her identical twin.

Shot by Charlie Engman, the shoot features vibrant pieces in action on and off the court. The active pieces are emblazoned with exciting graphics and silhouettes which reference heritage details and contemporary design found in the form of Nike’s new block logo. The Sport Pack was created to offer a grab-and-go element to everyday attire. We spot numerous statement sneakers in the images including the Air Max Deluxe in “Sequoia” and the black React Element 87 model.

Head over to nike.com to purchase select items from Nike’s “Jane on Jane” Sport Pack editorial now.

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