Most of the sports shoes we feature here tend to be for men, but I think it is safe to say that the Nike x Liberty collection is one that will appeal more to women (although men’s styles are available too).
The collaboration is part of the Nike ID range, which allows you to customise your shoe to your exact requirements. Depending on the trainer style, you can specify the colour of the upper, tongue, laces, sidewall and of course, the swoosh. There are six women’s trainer styles, which can be combined with two classic Liberty prints, each in a variety of colours. Choose from Capel, a loosely drawn floral print from 1978, although inspired by a 1930s design or Pepper, a 1974 print with tiny delicate flowers outlined in black. The ID shoes cost between £110 and £145 per pair and take several weeks to make.
Visit the Nike website to start making your pair today. If you don’t want to wait, Liberty has three readymade styles available (although they are selling fast).