It looks like Travis Scott’s Dior capsule will now see the light of the day. The brand has confirmed it will be releasing the collection this week.
The Travis Scott brand is strong. So much so some of his fans ran knocked over security barricades at the recent Dior fashion show.
Travis Scott has just added another major accomplishment to his already decorated mantle. He has co-designed a forthcoming Dior menswear collection.
Neither Jordan Brand not Dior has confirmed the rumors, but when there's money to be made y'all know they'll be all up on it.
With his smash hit "Highest In The Room" playing in the background, La Flame struts around the beach front property in some highly coveted Air Dior Jordan 1's and different pieces from the collection that we'll have no chance of obtaining anytime soon. Not hatin,' just sayin.'
If you tried to cop those ridiculously coveted Air Jordan 1 Dior sneakers, the odds were against you. Reportedly, 5 million people signed up to get a pair, but only 8,000 were available.
Remember that stock for the highs and lows are limited to 8,500 pairs and 4,700 pairs respectively, so enter wisely and don't be too sad if you take that inevitable L. Also if you win and decide that the sneaker is in fact for the personal toe, we suggest you have Bruce Lee hands because if heads was getting robbed for their Phat Farm sneakers imagine what fools will do for a pair of Air Dior 1's.
For those who strike out on the sneakers, the collaboration will come with an apparel collection consisting of tees, shorts and button downs that are down right spiffy. Not bad consolation prizes for anyone with King Kong grips to burn on everyday attire.
The Coronavirus pandemic is having repercussions throughout all facets of life, including your sneaker obsessions. The highly-anticipated of the Dior x Air Jordan 1 collaboration has been delayed due to the spread of COVID-19.
Well, hypebeasts, prepare to shed monster tears as the highly anticipated Dior x Air Jordan 1 collaboration has officially become that much harder to obtain for the retail price that seems more like a resale price ($2,000).
The reveal of the Dior X Air Jordan 1 High sneakers already had the hypebeasts salivating and ready to spend their hard-earned coins on the $2,000 sneakers. A new low version of the sneaker was recently announced and it looks like the collaboration will hit shelves this spring.
One of the most highly anticipated drops this year in sneaker fiend circles will be the Dior Air Jordan 1 Retro. There will also be a low version made to surely crush the dreams of many a hypebeast hoping for a pair, and inevitably failing miserably—no shots.