Naomi Osaka's latest Nike collection is paying tribute to her heritage and experiences. The former world No. 1's latest Nike collection is inspired by New York and Japan, two places near and dear to her heart.

Osaka was born in Japan, the homeland of her mother, and spent time in her youth in the New York City suburbs of Long Island, where her father's parents were living. Osaka draws back to her earlier days with the collection, saying that the prints are "fun and energetic," and inspire thoughts of "youthfulness."

"I draw a lot of inspiration from the world," Osaka said in a video announcing the collection. "I really love New York, and I'm also Japanese. All of the prints on the fabrics are so fun and energetic. When I see [them], I think of youthfulness."


The latest rollout includes brown and mint colorways of Osaka's faux fur bucket hat; a long-sleeved brown satin top; oversized fleece sweatpants in cream and brown; and an eye-popping new design on her signature shoes, the NikeCourt Air Zoom GP Turbo Osaka. The shoes boast a cream-colored base, with whimsical cartoon designs.

The signature piece, though, is a brown bomber jacket, which makes its own statement with "Osaka" emblazoned across the chest, with the countries of Osaka's dual heritage—Haiti and Japan—adorning each sleeve, stitched in light pink cursive.

Will Osaka wear one or more of these pieces when she returns to the court at the 2024 Brisbane International?