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  • Nike's Offline mules invite wearers to 'just do nothing'
  • Nike's Offline mules invite wearers to 'just do nothing'
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Nike's Offline mules invite wearers to 'just do nothing'

Nike is taking a ‘Just Do Nothing’ approach with its ‘anti-sneakers', which are aimed at people who are spending more time at home. Designed to help wearers unplug, the 'Offline' mules are leaning into a shift that's seeing people prioritise comfort in their fashion choices.



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    Without the pressure to dress up for the office, comfort has begun to triumph over style when it comes to working-from-home outfits. Once a wardrobe staple, jeans are losing out to softer, looser-fitting fabrics as people’s sartorial choices reflect their desire to seek comfort in times of uncertainty.

  • Article image How has lockdown shaped the future of workwear?

    As COVID-19 has forced people to spend more time at home, one of the parts of daily life impacted has been office style. How might Zoom meetings and remote working reshape workwear in the long term? And what role can fashion play in creating a sense of normality post-lockdown?

  • Article image Entireworld: timeless basics for the eco-luxe

    As people spend more time at home under lockdown, loungewear is experiencing solid growth. But beyond being just a comfortable indoor option, they’re becoming a status symbol for shoppers – Entireworld’s pastel hues and eco-friendly basics tap sustainability-keen luxury buyers.

  • Article image Bedroom office!? The science of working from home

    As people across the globe abruptly adjust to remote working, many have faced challenges – from WiFi woes to toddler tantrums on Zoom. Canvas8 spoke to Dave Cook, an anthropologist at University College London, to better understand how people can perform their best when working remotely.