By
Cecilia Díaz Betz

For several years, sports brand Nike’s Nikelab has hit the nail with its capsule collections due to, among other things, collaborations with other designers. Its latest release is the collection for Woman’s Trainning designed by the German Johanna Schneider from Acronym, a modular collection that can morph according to the training phase you’re in.

Johanna Schneider draws inspiration from the human body to develop organic patterns, focusing on functionality, discovering new rules and seeking new parameters

Johanna Schneider draws inspiration from the human body to develop organic patterns, focusing on functionality, discovering new rules and seeking new parameters. The result is a modular collection with NIKE x JFS pieces making up different outfits created layer by layer depending on each of the different training phases. The collection’s pieces change its volume and position in the body by exercising. All details of the collection, including the colour selection, have been designed thinking about their purpose and taking performance into account. The entire collection is due out on February 26 and will be available through Nikelab and selected stores.

* The image campaign stars athletes Morgan Lake, Emma Oudiou and Airine Palsyte.