With the Nike x Travis Scott Air Max 270 “Cactus Trails,” design allows for imaginative time travel. A ’90s attitude come through in trail tans and ACG color pops and gives the shoe a vintage appeal, while the well-worn look conveys a back-from-the-future sensibility.
The color schemes also connect to Scott’s own affinity for vintage apparel. Material selection, including a polar fleece collar, further relays an outdoor connection, while oxidation of the upper, midsole and Air unit, achieved through a tint Sulphur dye, helps celebrate the beauty of a well-loved object’s patina. Additional details include a custom tongue-tab, lace-lock and an extra Swoosh on the toe.
The Nike x Travis Scott Air Max 270 “Cactus Trails” releases May 29 in adult, preschool and toddler versions. The latter two introduce a unique take on the design, complete with reverse Swoosh, just for kids, a first in Nike x Travis Scott collaborations.
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RSVP Gallery teamed up with Dylan Windler and Darius Garland of the Cleveland Cavaliers to watch the first show of the Travis Scott x Fortnite Astronomical Virtual Tour where Travis premiered his new song with Kid Cudi “The Scott’s!”
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Dash joins us at RSVP Gallery Chicago to unbox the Nike x Travis Scott Air Force One Low ‘Cactus Jack’ and talks about Travis’ relationship with RSVP Gallery, the history of his collaborations with Nike, the details of the highly coveted sneaker, and shows us how he would style the shoe.
Virgil Abloh and Takashi Murakami took over the Gagosian in Los Angeles to present their new exhibition titled “America Too.” The opening for the show had the likes of Travis Scott, Kid Cudi and more in attendance as viewers packed the gallery.
As summer comes to a close, take a look back through our lens as we recap Paris Fashion Week, Lollapalooza, a trip to Tokyo and more in the 17th episode of our Neon & Nonsense series.
In Paris, we were able to catch the runway debut of Virgil Abloh at Louis Vuitton, along with shows and showrooms from Off-White, Warren Lotas, Undercover, Sacai and more. With no shortage of summer concerts, we caught Drake, Pusha T, Valee, and G-Eazy at their respective tours and followed Virgil Abloh, Travis Scott and more at Lollapalooza. To cap it all off, trips to Japan and Italy provided great footage and even better scenery.
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RSVP Gallery for Travis Scott & Virgil Abloh Flat White Party.
Celebrating Nike’s global Air Force 100 Release.