Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2015: Philipp Schimdt for GQ Korea

By December 10, 2015Fashion News

Nikelab gets an update with Stone Island, creating another flawless collection. 



Newly released from NikeLab is a collaborative collection alongside Stone Island. The partnership is a celebration of Nike’s Windrunner Jacket, which was created by Nike’s first apparel designer in 1978, and remains to be a track and field staple in 2015.

Getting an update courtesy of Stone Island, Nike are benefiting from the engineering and garment-dyeing techniques that the Italian label has become renowned for.

The all-new Windrunner is crafted from Mussola Gommata fabric, which is formed by bonding lightweight woven cotton to a polyurethane film. Additionally, Stone Island’s Nylon Metal fabric is featured on the body, adding a characteristic shimmer to the jacket’s exterior

They’ve also got footwear covered, via a special make up of the Nike Koth Ultra Mid SI sneaker-hiker hybrid. Partly inspired by the Nike Air Mowabb, the rugged, weatherproof shoe also benefits from the use of Stone Island’s Mussola Gommata fabric, while also featuring an all-weather outsole, phylon midsole and flexible ankle support.

Rounding out the release is a dust bag crafted from a mixture of Stone Island’s Nylon Metal and a cotton-nylon canvas blend.

The NikeLab x Stone Island collaboration will be available from December 17 from Stone Island flagship stores, as well as, select NikeLab retailers and from Nike online.

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Philipp Schimidt graces the pages of GQ Korea showcasing the Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2015 collection. 


Shot by photographer Hong Jang Hyun, GQ Korea focuses it’s fashion editorial on the new Louis Vuitton’s fall-winter 2015 collection. Designer Kim Jones’ designs are front and center with graphic prints inspired by the work of Christopher Nemeth. Modelling the collection is Phillip Schmidt wearing bold ensembles styled by Nana Park.

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