Foot Locker’s “Flow Original” Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

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To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month this year, Foot Locker is debuting “Flow Original,” which highlights LatinX designers and sneakerheads who help curate style and mold the shape of streetwear fashion. 

Throughout LatinX Heritage Month, Foot Locker highlights members of the “Flow Orginal Clase ’21” across owned social platforms and features products from LatinX vendors in-store and online. “Flow Original” is an extension of the Home Grown initiative which, celebrates the positive impact of LatinX and Hispanic vendors, designers, and artists have across the U.S.

Key members of the “Flow Orginal Clase ’21” are Christain Vásquez, founder of streetwear label @famousnobodys, set around the power of being humble and his rich Puerto Rican heritage. Melisa Depanz, a Compton-based artist who has painted public murals around the city of Compton and is known for her versatile style and use of vivid imagery. Manny Rodríguez, one of the co-founders of the Chicago-based boutique Jugrnaut, centered around the values he was taught growing up as a Mexican American.

Each of their pieces can be found in-store and online exclusively at Foot Locker. Take a look at the official promotional images below. For more sneaker-related news and updates on the latest drops, stay tuned to Nice Kicks.

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