A Retrospective Of Stussy Collaborations @ Sneakermuseum Cologne

November 1, 2011 BY / 1

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Over the years, the number of Nike Sportswear collaborations have been on the steady decrease. However, street-wear brand Stussy has steadily remained a go-to partner for special releases – and a quick look back on the Stussy x Nike history, you’ll see that it was one partnership worth keeping around. In addition to Nike collabs, Stussy’s done some work with a number of other footwear labels, and recently Sneakermuseum in Cologne, Germany, played host to a sick exhibition displaying a retrospective of Stussy collaborations over the years. A great display of its notable Nike projects, from the Air Huarache Light to the most recent Sky Forces, were all available for viewing at this unique sneaker-centric event, to which the event-goers rocked their own personal favorite kicks (like the Air Yeezy and the CT x Air Max 90 Hyperfuse ‘Infrared’). Check out a recap of the exhibit below and let us know what you favorite Stussy x Nike collaboration is! via sneakerb0b.

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dennis
dennis

the blue, black and white blazers were a really dope release I would love to own a pair

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