Anna Wintour collaborates with Nike for chic Jordan capsule collection
The iconic VOGUE editor gave these kicks her seal of approval.
Nike has teamed up with infamous VOGUE Editor-in-Chief, Anna Wintour to create a chic capsule collection of sneakers for women.
The line reimagines the brand’s most infamous sneakers, the Air Jordan 1 and the Air Jordan 3 SE and features her seal of approval in the form of her actual signature, “Anna Wintour OK” (AWOK).
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Aside from announcing the limited edition capsule collection for women, Anna Wintour stars in a promotional video wearing the new Air Jordan 1. They’re available in red or white leather and feature a crimson-colored tongue. They will be available for purchase on July 21 on the SNKRS app and in select stores.
The second sneaker option is the revamped Air Jordan 3 SE and those bad boys won’t hit the streets until September 7. The sneakers are available in red or black and were created to pay homage to Wintour’s classic Chanel suits and black shades. Both styles come with two suede dust bags and an “Edited by Vogue” keychain.
So far, no word on the price but we’re guessing these kicks will cost a pretty penny.
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This isn’t the only big news for Jordans to surface this week. Michael Jordan‘s daughter, Jasmine Jordan, just launched her own sneaker line.
By all accounts – and her massive sneaker collection she is literally a daddy’s girl who is walking in her famous father, Michael Jordan’s, footsteps. Jasmine just launched her own sneaker brand, Nike Jordan Heiress collection, reports InStyle.
The Syracuse University grad has benefited from the success of her legendary basketball dad’s brand and has began capitalizing on it. After studying sports management, Jasmine entered the family business with the Nike sneaker brand. She has learned quite a bit behind the scenes and worked as a field rep for the Nike Jordan brand where she tells InStyle she assisted with the design, and colorways. It was the practice she needed to develop the Jordan Heiress Collection.