PUMA’s ‘Run The Streets’ campaign message resonates with the go-getters and high-achievers, who follow their own instincts, live and charge towards life at full speed, hustle their way to the top and always persevere no matter what. You have to be active in the streets to truly know them. And to be active you need a hustle that creates a dynamic, symbiotic relationship between you and the streets. As part of its Run the Streets campaign, PUMA is giving a voice to key creative individuals who represent their city through hard work and hustle.
Beloved footwear brand PUMA’s recent ‘Run The Streets’ campaign was created to appeal to the aspirational creative among us who want grind their way to the top of their craft. As part of this initiative the brand has gotten behind innovative individuals who represent where they hail from via their creations,
First up to the fore are UK photographers Isaac Cambridge and Jake Millers, who dish up two videos, giving us an insight in to what they feel it takes to #RUNTHESTREETS in London and Manchester. They also give us a glimpse in to their work ethic and the rewards of taking the path less travelled!
Fashion designer Virgil Abloh continues his winning streak with two forthcoming Nike Air Presto colour ways, that are set to drop in July.
On this outing the model is switched up from the first release and gets dressed in a murdered out triple black colour way with hits of white and cone on some of the detailing. The familiar large stitched Swoosh logo and other signature Off-White text on the sides completes the look on this drop.
The model is set to drop July 27th at various retailers stay tuned to our release page for more info.
The recent slew of Nike Just Do It releases that have been hitting the shelves will be joined by another model shortly in the form of the Nike Air Force 1 Just Do It’.
This white iteration comes hot on the heels of the Orange colourway, on this version the air Force 1 low will feature a white leather upper with hits of orange and black. Various branding and patches motifs and the ‘Just Do It’ logo are emblazoned throughout the uppers. The entire look is finished off branded laces and a white midsole
There is no official release date as of yet for the models release but stay tuned for more ino.