Patch work with Nike – Part 1

I actually wanted to wait with going live. This pair, along with the Air Force 1, was supposed to release a lot later. Which would give me more time to focus on more posts, so more for you all to read. But it’s okay, I think I need this little push as I kept waiting and waiting to go live for a few weeks. I’ve decided to set up a platform and on the ABOUT page you can what this platform stands for. I noticed that not everything that I wanted to show you, made it to my Instagram.

Let’s open this baby up with a dope photoshoot I did yesterday, shot by Nikki van Toorn. Nikki and I never shot before so I was super happy with the outcome of these shots. Man, she is talented. She knows how to work with natural light and so comes her knowledge with angles. She was able to put me and the main focus, the Air Max One, central in the pics.

These babies are The Nike W Air Max 1-100. What I like about them is how slick they are. The white leather has a nice top grain feeling and the patches are very playful. I fancy the glitter patch the most I guess. These are now available at Maha Amsterdam via here

What I Wore
Shorts and crop sweater BooHoo || Top Pretty Little Thing || Sneakers Nike Air Max One 1-100
Pictures taken by Nikki van Toorn
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Caroll van den Brom

Online Creative and Artist of CAREAUX. My name is Caroll Lynn and my artist name is CAREAUX. I'm a sneaker illustrator turned footwear designer. After a study of four years, I landed at Filling Pieces as their first Womens Footwear Designer. In 2016 and 2017 CAREAUX released her first collaboration with PUMA. Besides working for Filling Pieces and working with PUMA, I also worked on illustrations for Nike, Adidas, Lacoste, FILA, DIESEL. More of my previous work can be found via portfolio I illustrate everything I like myself and sell my favourites. Most of my work is made on canvas but I'm always open for discussions and requests. For collaborations, contact me via the contactform. My instagram is known for her sneakers and feminine style. The content created is focussed on fashion and art combined with traveling - #SHECOZY

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