Tennis champion and mental health advocate Naomi Osaka and Nike continue their partnership with a cobranded activewear drop. While athleisure may no longer be the trend du jour, the collection has its fair share of standouts that pair nicely with this season’s oversized pant options and short shorts to style with of the moment Y2K-style shrunken tees.
The collection implements a powerful heat map-inspired print that covers a capri bodysuit, packable jacket, hat, tee and shorts, while an aqua hue covers an additional nylon jacket and cropped tennis top.
An “N.O.” logo printed hoodie with corset details is the standout among the offering, available in black, white and blue. Nike styles the hoodie with the collection’s printed shorts, but it would pair just as well with low-rise denim or a coordinating pair of sweatpants.
The majority of the collection is available now via Nike with prices ranging from $35 USD for tees and $120 for the printed jackets.
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