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Contemporary Florals Energize New Liberty London x Nike Collection

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
The 2015 Liberty London x Nike footwear and apparel collection arrives from December 7 at Liberty London and  Starting December 17, it will also debut on at select Nike Sportswear retailers.