The department store and Nike teamed up once again for a collection of signature shoes and apparel in custom prints for women.
The shoes are available in two colorways. The apparel, meanwhile, includes jersey pants, cotton T-shirts and a pullover.
The line’s aesthetics are based on Liberty London’s cameo prints, which date back to 1933, when a top textile firm came up with the floral-motif design.
The Liberty London x Nike Collection hits the athletic giant’s website on Dec. 17. The Nike x Liberty Cortez Epic, in tan and black, sells for $130, while the Nike x Liberty Air Force 1 High, in the same colors, will retail for $160.
For the department store, the exclusive rollout hits two days after another special release: the launch of hip-hop artist Will.i.am and his brother Carl Gilliam’s MCCVIII line this week at the famous store, located in the shopping district of Central London.
The MCCVIII collection of high- and low-tops is made in Italy, priced at $780 to $970. The brothers are planning a followup in February through a collaboration with Liberty, inspired by its archival prints.