On the occasion of Milan fashion week, Matthew Williams, creative director of the famous 1017 ALYX 9SM, introduced the new footwear collection in collaboration with Vibram. Among the new entries, also the Nike x MMW Free TR 3 SP in camouflage version.
The exhibition of the new footwear models signed 1017 ALYX 9SM and Vibram was held on Friday 20 September at the Vibram Connection Lab in Milan. During the event, on the occasion of the Milan Fashion Week, the designer Matthew Williams revealed the details of his collaboration with the Italian company producing high-performance rubber soles.
The conversation retraced the debut of this partnership by investigating the prominent role of the sole in the aesthetics and functionality of the shoe, capable of giving the shoe technical performance combined with a bold look.
Alongside Matthew Williams, the Vibram designers such as David Filar and Andrea Rinaldi took part in the dialogue, working on the collaboration with 1017 ALYX 9SM, specifically realizing the revolutionary concept of the new Nike x MMW Free TR 3 SP.
The training-inspired sneaker, characterized by a dual soul, now appears in a naked and urban versions, showing off the camouflage coloring and the typical Vibram cramp-on, now a hallmark of the brand and representative example of the stylistic and functional contribution of the sole in a shoe .
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