Patch work with Nike – Part 2

Since I’m not very familiar with this blogging yet, please don’t judge me if it looks a bit off still. I’m trying here haha. I used to post my thoughts on but this wasn’t a paid website. I did pay for a domain but it didn’t suit me as this new name. On this platform I’m going to focus on more than just a blog where I used to post personal stuff. If you are curious about what I used to write or used to post about, feel free to jump over to Tumblr. Maybe you have tips and tricks for me or maybe you liked the way I was open about my personal life or my travels through the years and want me to continue that. Anything is welcome!

AIRFORCE-02Anyway, here is part 2 cause The Nike W Air Max 1-100 comes with a sister! The Nike W Air Force 1-100 is my second choice of these two. I think the sneaker itself needed more than just the normal plain leather but what I do like, are the different swooshes (duh). Haha what I’m saying is, maybe they should have tried the same leather as they used on the Air Max. Also what I really like about these two is the satin lining on the inside and the satin-feel laces.

Leo and I shot this pair last week in Amsterdam South. I do like the aesthetics of Amsterdam with the canals and the so called “herenhuizen”. But I wanted to have “new” bricks, so that means new buildings. In Sydney, they have heaps of those so Leo and I used to have that vibe a lot in our pics a few years ago. We eventually found a spot that looked exactly like a building in Sydney and I felt I needed to shoot there.

The Air Force 1 comes with four swoosh patches.
1 iridescent, 1 glitter, 1 soft towel sort of fabric and 1 sequin.

Oh oops! Almost forgot, as we shot these for Maha, I would love to invite you to visit them of course for your new purchase – Go go go!

What I Wore
Dress Zara || Sneakers Nike Air Force 1-100
Pictures taken by Leo Chan

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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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