Nike “On Air” winner Lou Matheron captures Paris the local way in her Air VaporMax Plus “Paris Works in Progress” design. Taking cues from an under-construction Parisian courthouse, she manifests the worksite’s hues and materials for an eye-catching silhouette.
Constructing the upper in shades of grey, the tongue’s extended striped badge and VaporMax bubble’s similar tints of blue provide a change in visual aesthetic. The pair’s highlights rest in the deconstructed yellow-green Swoosh branding screwed on the lateral sides, a safety buckle that wraps around midfoot and the high-visibility orange and white hazard stripes printed on the insole.
The Nike Air VaporMax Plus “Paris Works in Progress” is expected to have a global release this April for $240 USD. Check out the official imagery and stay tuned for the official drop date.
In recent ”On Air” news, Yuta Takuman immortalizes Tokyo with the Air Max 1 “Tokyo Maze.