Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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Olivia Kim x Nike "No Cover" collection
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For Halloween Olivia Kim, vice president of creative projects at Nordstrom, dropped a new collection in collaboration with Nike. As predicted, the “No Cover” range – comprising one-of-a-kind redesigns of beloved Nike sneakers, apparel, and accessories – is selling out fast.

Kim’s reimagined Air Jordan 4 Retro Genuine Calf Hair High Top Sneaker, her take on the Air Mowaab and the Footscrape are already sold out at Nordstrom. As is her highly-anticipated glow-in-the-dark Air Force 1 and the Air Force 1 ’07 LV8. Thankfully you can still buy the Air Max 95 SE ($160) and the bright crimson Air Ghost Racer ($130).

Take a closer look below.

Pieces from the collection’s 16 apparel and accessory styles are also still available. Like the reimagined sneakers, the wider collection references New York street fashion during the ’90s, as well as Kim’s teenage wardrobe, and is filled with vibrant colorways built from shades of pink, blue, orange, and red.

Elsewhere, fleece hoodies and graphic T-shirts are decorated with mini glitter-covered Swooshes. “The collection, in a sense, very much matches the personalities of these people who inspire me,” says Kim. “It’s amazing to have Megan Rapinoe, John Waters and Binx Walton as faces of the campaign.”

As the collection is designed for everyone, the name “No Cover” also refers to the cover charge often associated with nightclub entry, in this case, specifically in New York. The drop features both Nike and Jordan footwear silhouettes, pulling from Kim’s personal style, which is largely defined by rave and hip-hop in ’90s New York.

The apparel range also includes a mock neck dress, sports bra, an Air Max 98 Graphic Tee, and a puffer coat. You can also shop Kim’s Betty Boop-inspired apparel, including a Betty Boop embroidered corduroy baseball cap, NRG Fleece Crewneck Sweatshirt, and graphic tees.

Olivia Kim’s “No Cover” Nike collection is selling out now at Nordstrom x Nike boutiques, online, and through SNKRS. It will become available at additional retailers November 8. However, if you can’t wait that long, you can shop the “No Cover” sneakers at StockX already.

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