Liberty London’s Cameo print first appeared in 1933. Designed by The Silver Studio, one of the preeminent textile design firms of the 20th century, the abstract floral motif gradually became a beacon of timeless style. This designation is affirmed in Holiday 2015, when the signature print — rescaled and recolored in two colorways — debuts on classic Nike footwear styles and limited-edition apparel for women.
The Cortez Epic, a contemporary take on the iconic Cortez, anchors the collection. Wrapped with the Cameo ‘Maxi’ print, it features a dense outsole that exaggerates the shoe’s traditional herringbone traction pattern.
Additionally, the Air Max Thea, Air Force 1 Hi and Roshe One (not pictured below) are available with a Vachetta tan Cameo ‘Maxi’ print., while an Obsidian Blue print is available on the Lunaracer SFB, Roshe One, Air Force 1 Hi and Roshe One Hi (not pictured below).
To complement all silhouettes and promote a head-to-toe look, Nike x Liberty limited-edition apparel includes: tapered jersey pants, a soft marl cotton tee and a pullover, each adorned by Cameo ‘Mini’ print on cuffs and trims
The Nike x Liberty Cortez Epic drops December 3 first exclusively on liberty.co.uk.
The 2015 Liberty London x Nike footwear and apparel collection arrives from December 7 at Liberty London and Liberty.co.uk. Starting December 17, it will also debut on nike.com at select Nike Sportswear retailers.