Nike Reveals Collaboration With Yoon Ahn, Marine Serre and More
Inspired by the upcoming Women’s World Cup.
UPDATE: The official pieces from Nike’s Women’s World Cup 2019 collaboration with AMBUSH, KOCHÉ, MadeMe and Marine Serre have finally been revealed. After announcing the collection with some of the biggest female streetwear icons earlier this month, the football-inspired pieces are now here.
AMBUSH debuts a neon green sports-bra with logo branding at front, accompanied by a jersey-like cape in white, black and orange. As for KOCHÉ, Christelle Kocher has reimagined the jersey into a dress sporting colors like blue, white and green, as well as logo branding in bright red.
MadeMe’s Erin Magee has taken a classic approach to the jersey in navy blue and red, equipped with USA’s team symbol on the chest. Last but not least, Marine Serre has created a bodysuit in her classic moon print, worn with a bright green jersey atop. “The focus of my designs is always hybridity and adapting to daily life. It’s important to create a purposeful line that makes a female feel good without compromising the style,” said the French designer about the collaboration.
Stay tuned as the collaboration will release this summer during the 2019 FIFA World Cup.
The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is right around the corner and ahead of the huge event, Nike has tapped four female streetwear icons – Yoon Ahn of AMBUSH, KOCHÉ‘s Christelle Kocher, Marine Serre and MadeMe‘s Erin Magee. The designers have all been tasked with creating a lifestyle collection inspired by the Women’s World Cup, which kicks off on June 7.
“We wanted to leverage the World Cup, a moment we believe will be a tipping point for women’s sport, to engage our ever-expanding global community of partners from the fashion, design and culture space in supporting and elevating female athlete voices and sports moments,” VP and GM of Nike Women Rosemary St. Clair told Vogue, adding that “Together, this collective represents a voice and spirit for the next generation of athletes.”
Nike has yet to reveal the official collection, but while we wait, head over to Vogue to read more about the upcoming collaboration.