Naomi Osaka's New Nike Collection Is Gender-Neutral Plus Styled, Curated & Photographed By Her
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Naomi Osaka's New Nike Collection Is Gender-Neutral Plus Styled, Curated & Photographed By Her

Naomi Osaka’s latest Nike collection is live, and this time she’s coming in hot as a triple threat.

“Sooooooo I tried my best at styling, curating and photographing my newest collection with Nike. When it was in the process of creation, it was important to me that there was something for everyone which means more versatile, gender-neutral pieces in my favorite colors and of course the legendary camo print haha,” Osaka wrote on Instagram.

Osaka was at the forefront of the creation of the collection operating as the stylist, curator, and to our surprise the photographer. In a recent promotional campaign posted on Nike Women, Osaka is accompanied by Nike Apparel Designer Carly Ellis and Stylist Shibon Kennedy as she immerses herself in the details of the collection. 

The project proved to be fun for Osaka who basked in the chance to create clothes pushing the boundaries of fashion while ensuring nobody would be left behind.

“We know what @naomiosaka can do on-court, but off court, she’s got some tricks up her sleeve. Trying her hand at styling, she built looks from her new collection that are versatile enough to be worn by anyone. That means you, too,” Nike Court wrote on Instagram.

You Can Shop Osaka's Collection Online Now

The collection features nine gender-neutral pieces in Osaka’s favorite colors — orange, black, red, and green. There will be a piece for just about anybody who is hoping to tap in and luckily for fans the collection is already available for purchase online.

The collection features standouts such as an off-white tennis vest, a patterned print (a personal favorite of Osaka) cropped tennis t-shirt, and the NikeCourt Air Zoom GP Turbo Naomi Osaka available in three variations. Prices of the collection range from $40-$150.

“Shop the collection online now, and make sure you tag me and @nikewomen in any photos you take, I wanna see you guys wearing it #TeamNike @nikecourt @niketokyo,“ Osaka wrote on Instagram.