Midas Touch: NIKELAB X OLIVIER ROUSTEING Collection Releases Today!

The Balmain designer collaborates with the sportswear giant for a 'Soccer Chic' collection.

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The Balmain designer is collaborating with the sportswear giant on a collection which is inspired by the off-pitch style of footballers.

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The Football Nouveau collaboration features numerous items done up in Rousteing's signature black and gold color combination, which is in turn carried out on NikeLab's N98 Jacket (for men and women), a reinvention of the N98 Football Jacket, sweats, shorts, and multiple tops.

To ensure a certain credibility, one footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo was on hand to advise and also served as the muse and inspiration for the line. In fact, one pair of shoes that Rousteing has designed was inspired by the Mercurial Superfly that Ronaldo wears everyday on-pitch.

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