As the fashion industry continues to evolve, so does Harlem Fashion Row’s commitment to fostering growth and connectivity amongst emerging BIPOC designers.
In an unexpected collaboration, Jarritos and Nike have joined forces to release a limited-edition SB Dunk that pays tribute to the iconic Mexican soda brand.
Tiffany & Co.’s Nike Air Force 1 Low collaboration finally releases tomorrow, March 7, 2023.
The Armory Foundation and Nike announced today that they have entered into a multi-pronged partnership to greatly enhance and expand opportunities Washington Heights to Harlem.
On, Thursday, October 27, 2022, Nike is expanding its retail footprint in NYC with the opening of Nike Unite Harlem.
Although the Nike SB Blazer Mid hasn’t enjoyed the mainstream success of another basketball-turned-skateboarding silhouette.
Though sacai has since moved on to the VaporWaffle, the brand is soon to revisit their beloved LDWaffle alongside a close friend: Fragment Design.
Harlem’s Fashion Row and Nike are once again partnering up, this time for their 2nd Annual Virtual Fashion Retreat.
Baque Creative is pleased to announce that the Nike NYC Editions Curated by Harlem man Sheck Wes – Air Max 95 and Blazer Mid sneakers are available to purchase at Social Studies.
Sneaker News reports that Supreme’s introductory weeks to its FW18 collection is starting off strong as their seasonal collaboration with Sportswear giant Nike is confirmed to release on Thursday, August 30th, 2018.
Sneaker News reports that after a relatively disappointing SS18 season, global streetwear powerhouse Supreme is readying itself for an important crop of drops this Fall and Winter.
Versus reports that Supreme returns with a new super collaboration with Nike, and the NBA.
Kicks On Fire reports that Kyrie Irving rocked this Nike Kyrie 4 Fall Foliage PE last night against the Cleveland Cavaliers, and it’s now releasing exclusively at House of Hoops in Harlem today.
Clash Music’s Grant Brydon and Rob Meyers reports that the Air Force 1 was never meant to last this long. Released in 1982, Nike’s first “Air” basketball shoe, was discontinued two years later.
Source reports that introducing Themira lohmanus, a fly like no other, and the most recently discovered species in the popular Manhattan urban oasis of Harlem Meer in Central Park!