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Gender-neutral pieces, versatility “and of course, camo” in new Osaka collection
Osaka’s third capsule collection with Nike envisions sportswear as everyday wear ahead of its Australian Open debut.
Published Jan 11, 2022
Four-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka has just unveiled her latest Nike capsule collection—just in time for her Australian Open title defense bid.
Osaka’s third collection with Nike features a range of pieces including tops, hoodies, joggers and a versatile ‘tennis vest’ with utility pockets.
“Honestly, I just thought of what I would want to wear, branching out outside of what people think is athletic wear. There’s so much detail in this,” Osaka of her new collection.
According to Nike Japan, the collection is marked by ‘gender-neutral and timeless’ items that can be mixed and matched in various ways. The collection also features Osaka’s favorite colors and prints—including “of course, the camo print” which has become her signature.
Each of her Nike collections has its own camo colorway, and for her Australian Open capsule Osaka went with a cool blue-gray, black and white twist on the classic. One delightful highlight includes a long-sleeved all-camo cropped top with her unique Maneki-neko, a nod to her heritage: a Japanese “Lucky Cat” who is playfully holding a tennis racquet.
Every piece also features her own “N.O.” logo alongside the iconic Nike Swoosh. Osaka signed with Nike in 2019, switching over from Adidas, and launched her first capsule collection in 2020.