London-based designer, Lorenzo G Federici — aka LORENZ.OG — has just presented his latest creation, taking one of the UK’s most popular footwear silhouettes, the Air Max 95, and reimagining it to celebrate the release of Top Boy’s final season.
Having established himself in the footwear scene with his eye-catching “PATENTED COLORSCHEMES®,” a term often used by the late Virgil Abloh, Federici has built a solidified name for himself across Britain and the rest of the world. For example, the designer has worked in collaboration with Salomon recently, while also enlisting U.S. rapper, Lil Yachty, to front his recently-presented Arc’Teryx collection.
View this post on Instagram
Now, this latest custom pair of Air Max 95 — which come as part of a trio of releases alongside pairs made for Premier League Ballers, Erling Haaland and Marcus Rashford — celebrate the final season of Top Boy, with shoes being titled the “Summerhouse OG.”
Taking on the classic AM95 shape, this latest offering of the shoe is hit with a combination of layered hues across the lateral sides and upper. Gradient shades of purple through to yellow round off the sunset-like color scheme, while foundations of black are used along the laces, rubber outsole, heel counter, tongue, internal lining, and toe cap.
Meanwhile, customary Nike branding can be spotted on the tongue, and the classic Air bubbles on the outsole continue the vibrant appearance with a combination of purple and orange shades.
You can take a closer look at the latest design from LORENZ.OG above and in other news, check out this new Nike Air Max 90.
About Post Author
This article was originally published on this site