The whole collection is available at elevenbyvenus.com.
UNIQLO has announced it will open a pop up store in the heart of Melbourne, ahead of its official launch of the company’s very first Australian store.
To celebrate its first retail offer in Australia, UNIQLO will also let Australian sports fans be the very first in the world to get their hands on the 2014 Australian Open replica matchwear as designed for UNIQLO Global Brand Ambassador, Novak Djokovic.
For the first two weeks of opening, the UNIQLO POP UP STORE will feature Novak Djokovic’s new range, before then showcasing a variety of signature clothing ranges from UNIQLO over consecutive four week periods.
UNIQLO pop up store:
171 Swanston Street, Melbourne
From January 18 to March 31
Former number one Lleyton Hewitt launched his C’mon clothing line last year. The 2014 C’mon collection is now up for sale on Lleyton’s official website.
One of Hewitt’s partners in the range is Tennis Australia, with part of the profits from any purchase being invested back into tennis in Australia.
“Our primary objective was to design a revolutionary Nike Tennis shoe that makes players faster to the ball,” said Michael Hui, Senior Designer of Tennis Footwear at Nike. “It wasn’t about making a shoe lighter at all costs. We wanted to add to the superb durability, support and cushioning that existed in our tennis footwear to create a shoe that would improve our athlete’s ability to compete and win.”
Nike Lunar Ballistec Men:
Nike Lunar Ballistec Women:
“I love the Nike Lunar Ballistec because it’s so light. It gives you quickness in the feet so you can be explosive when changing direction without worrying about losing control,” said Victoria Azarenka. “We play on all kinds of hard surfaces so to have that type of comfort and protection is a game changer.”
The new Nike Lunar Ballistec for men and women launches globally on Nike.com and at select retailers worldwide beginning January 2, 2014.