Following last year's high-profile collaborations with Louis Vuitton and Nike, Hiroshi Fujiwara's fragment design label could be on the verge of rejoining forces with Jordan Brand for a fresh twist on the Air Jordan 1.

The pair's OG Air Jordan 1, which was released in "Black/Blue/White" back in 2014, is undoubtedly now one of the rarest sneakers in the world. It's been known to sell for upwards of $2000 on eBay and at resellers like Stadium Goods.

It seems, however, that Fujiwara could be ready to cast his love of darker, bluer tones to one side for an Air Jordan 1 in the iconic red and black "Bred" colorway. The speculation comes after the below image began circulating on social media late last night.

We can only imagine how much a "Bred" variation of the lightning bolt kicks would sell for after the official drop day — if it ever arrives. Stay tuned for more information.

In other sneaker news, the COMME des GARÇONS x NikeLab Air VaporMax releases tomorrow.

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