Nike Dunk High Women’s Crimson Tint DD1869-104

As Nike Sportswear and Nike SB continue to plot the Nike Dunk High‘s release schedule for the remainder of 2021 and beyond, the silhouette has recently emerged in a two-tone “Crimson Tint/Sail” colorway exclusive for women.

Reminiscent of the “Orange Pearl” Dunk Low that dropped in mid-March, the forthcoming pair indulges in a smooth leather construction across its upper, with bases boasting an off-white ensemble. Overlays throughout Peter Moore’s 36-year-old design indulge in the shoe’s titular tone, which extends itself onto the laces, inner lining and “NIKE”-branded label on the tongue. Underfoot, the Air Jordan 1-like sole unit also partakes

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Chinese Stars Dump Nike, Adidas and H&M as Beijing Attacks Western Fashion Brands Over Xinjiang

A slew of A-list actors and musicians, including Wang Yibo and Eason Chan, are ditching their lucrative endorsement deals after a number of Western brands expressed concern about reports of forced labor in China’s Xinjiang province.

Chinese state TV called Thursday for a boycott of H&M as Beijing lashed out at foreign clothing and footwear brands following Western sanctions on Chinese officials accused of human rights abuses in the Xinjiang region.

The ruling Communist Party criticized H&M for saying in March 2020 it would stop buying cotton from the northwestern Chinese region. The Swedish retailer joined other brands in expressing

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Nike, H&M, Burberry face backlash and boycotts in China over stance on Uyghur treatment

Western fashion brands including Nike and H&M were facing growing calls for boycotts in China as Beijing pushed back with increasing ferocity against allegations of human rights abuses toward the country’s Uyghur Muslim minority.

The United States announced in January that it would halt all imports of cotton from China’s Xinjiang region — a leading global supplier of the material — over forced labor concerns, while major retailers previously issued statements expressing their concerns.

In the wake of fresh Western sanctions earlier this week against officials responsible for the region in the country’s northwest, those corporate statements resurfaced on Chinese

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