Black Friday Nike Air Max 97

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With London Collections: Men kicking off today, the name on just about everyone's mind is Craig Green. The guy whose F/W 15 collection was filled to the brim with tassels, extraneous straps and a lot of neoprene on pieces that verge more on the side of art than fashion has been buzzing for a minute. Whether you love or hate the designs, he's blown up like crazy in the past year or so. With Green's runway show for S/S 16  happening this morning, i-D dropped a profile of the dude .

Black Friday Nike Air Max 97, It's been mentioned many times that Craig Green literally moved audience members to tears with his S/S 15 collection, which came shortly after Louise Wilson had passed away . That was part of a change that took him from his more angst-driven designs of the past to a floaty style, to use his words. You can see the pieces sort of hover above the models as they walk down the runway adorned with extra pieces and an inflated shape.

Since his explosion, he's naturally been tempted to try his hand at womenswear , and while he doesn't rule it out, he does point out just how unisex his designs can be, A lot of women wear menswear now and we didn't expect that. It's great that garments can translate. Some of the pieces might even look better on women; they're certainly easier for some women to wear because they might be deemed risqué for men. With a designer creating buzz like he is, we have to hope he'll stick around doing solely menswear for at least a few more seasons.

2016 Nike Dunk CMFT PRM Black Friday Nike Air Max 97 [Photo via Craig Green]