With the Olympics getting position in menswear’s favored city—Tokyo!—and like for the initially time menswear’s preferred sport—skateboarding!—the Summer 2020 games are likely likely to be the Most Menswear Olympics Nevertheless. The Uncut Gems Olympics. The crying-at-the-Craig-Green-exhibit Olympics. Photo the attendee street style, not to point out the inexhaustible parade of style that will be the write-up-game matches. Wait around until Simone Biles finds out about Kapital!
Enter—and cue that Grateful Useless bootleg, because let’s just go with it!—Nike’s uniforms for skateboarding. The “exuberant styles” that Nike created for the United States workforce have been tepidly been given online, but to be reasonable, no uniform could ever seize the spirit of skate design and style, which is unfastened and cost-free and not at all about matching—not even your socks.
But the boiler suit Nike intended for the French women’s crew? That is bon, bébé! It is simple, it’s polished, it is amazing. It is the fabric embodiment of skateboarding je ne sais quoi. We’re not declaring you should really root for France or whatever—although the thought of Brigitte Macron on French morning television, standing and it’s possible even going on a Louis Vuitton skateboard, is truly making me imagine we must Photoshop a skateboard under the ft of the female figure in Liberty Top the People—but the uniforms are undoubtedly exactly where ~it~, as they say, is at. If a women’s blog desires to flip out a magnum opus on how to skate like a French girl, we would certainly study it in Proustian depth.