The Cloudnova is all about challenging the status quo. About seeking new opportunities. Fluid and versatile, it is what you make of it.
From early morning commutes to bike rides under dusky skies – and everything in-between – it’s got the tech to keep up with anything your day has in store.
Performance born, design bred. It’s a nod to our heritage as a running brand but inspired by the the possibilities ahead. The future is unknown. But what’s certain is that it’s the creatives of this world who are driving us forwards into exciting new territories.
That’s what the team at Scope Of Work, a talent development agency for young Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) creatives aged 17 - 24 years old, is all about.
Operating out of their New York hub, Scope Of Work (SOW) was founded in 2016 by two artists and educators, Eda Levenson and Geneva White.
Their goal? To create equity in the creative industry for underrepresented young people. To shift the landscape of the creative sector by cultivating the next generation of BIPOC industry leaders, giving them the skills and opportunity to make an impact.