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JR teams up with the New York City Ballet on the second presentation of Art Series. Known for his large-scale portrait photographs presented as street art, the French artist used the company’s dancers to create pieces comprised of the dancers’ bodies rearranged as facial features. JR will share his Art Series installation during three special performance evenings – January 23, February 7 and 13 – when every seat in the house is available for $29. At these shows, every audience member will receive a takeaway created specifically for this event.Nike Vapormax for COMME des GAR ONS Traders AU Find out more here.

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Reaching backward into Lacoste’s athletic heritage, the French brand presents a tennis-inspired collection for Fall/Winter 2015. The selection for 2015 draws inspiration from the namesake of the brand himself – René Lacoste –A First Look At The Comme Des Gar ons X Nike Vapormax UK and is designed by Portugese Creative Director Felipe Oliveira Baptista. Keenly pairing sportswear basics with strong menswear cues for the top layers, the release incorporates tracksuits and warm-up gear alongside a range of textured overcoats. The structured looks play with elements of length, volume, bold colors and individual articles that would have not looked out of place at the 1970 French Open.