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Milan-Inspired Nikes


It's one of the fashion hubs of the world, so it's only natural that Nike have decided to take inspiration from the great city of Milan.

They've just released the Internationalist City Quickstrike 'Milan', which takes visual cues from the Italian city, including the many bronze church pieces and the grey stone that dominates the architecture.

However, they've taken a serious risk with the use of red accents: all well and good for AC Milan fans, but we can't see too many Internationazle supporters investing in these.

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[via coolmaterial.com]



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