Here's How To Get Nike x Olivier Rousteing
Did you happen to recover from the thrilling news that Balmain's Olivier Rousteing was collaborating with Nike? The Olivier Rousteing x Nike partnership features pumped up kicks, because it's one of the hottest fashion designers working today and a sneaker giant teaming up. But the collection also features soccer-inspired apparel from the Kardashian-loved Rousteing. Will it be hard to shop the Rousteing x Nike Football Nouveau collection? Will you need to line up for hours? Camp out on the street? Get an advance wristband? Actually, no! Rousteing x NikeLab is available on Thursday, June 2, both online and in stores. According to Racked, it's actually not that complicated to shop the collab live and in person. Yes, really.
If you live in the NYC area, you can purchase the glam athleisure pieces that comprise this collabo at the NikeLab location, situated at 21 Mercer Street in Manhattan. Racked spoke to a sales associate who said that there was no special policy or procedure for procuring the pieces. Just show up and shop. That's great news, since these items are sure to be coveted.
If shopping in NYC is not an option, you can shop digitally via the NikeLab site or the NikeLab app in order to purchase the pieces on your wishlist.
This jacket comes in men's and women's versions. The latter edition can be worn as a dress or a coat. #Versatile.
These are some high-fashion kicks. Now is seriously a good time to be a fan of athletic trainers and the whole athleisure trend, which is at thermonuclear levels right now.
Football fashion —and by football, I mean "soccer"— is seriously a thing, thanks to OR x NikeLab.
Soak in all that black and gold street style.
It's such gilded goodness.
Not only is this a stunning shoe, but the caption also confirms when and how you can shop OR x NikeLab.
There is the screenshot of the caption, with all the pertinent details, so you can see it in black and white. If you are super stoked on this collabo, good luck in nabbing sneaks (and more) tomorrow.
Images: Courtesy of NikeLab (2); Olivier Rousteing/Instagram (3); NikeLab/Instagram (1)