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Brand: Vogue x Jordan Brand

Model: Air Jordan I “High Zip AWOK” and Air Jordan III “SE AWOK”

Key Features: The Air Jordan I features ultra-soft leather on the upper in university red or sail colorways, metallic zipper accents, an “Edited by Vogue” Nike Air tag, and an “AWOK” signature on the sole and tongue. The Air Jordan III features a tweed upper in black or red with “AWOK” detailing on the heel.

Release Date: The Air Jordan I will have limited availability on July 21 with a wider release on July 23. The Air Jordan III will be available September 7. Both sneakers are only available in North America.

Price: $220

Buy: The Air Jordan I “High Zip AWOK” is available at select retailers July 21, with a SNKRS app release on July 23. The Air Jordan III “SE AWOK” will be available through Nike and select retailers TBC.

Editor’s Notes: Jordan Brand is partnering with Vogue for what it describes as the “first-ever women’s only” Jordan collaboration. While Aleali May’s Jordan collaboration was produced in dual-gender sizing, the Vogue x Jordan Brand collection is only available in women’s sizing.

It is the first female collaboration for Jordan Women’s produced explicitly for women and exclusively in women’s sizing.

Inspiration for the collection is drawn from Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, who approves everything editorial or creative by simply writing “AWOK,” which stands for “Anna Wintour Okay.”

That seal of approval has now found its way onto two iconic Air Jordan silhouettes: the Air Jordan I — in a women’s high zip version — and the Air Jordan III. To add to the luxe feel of the project, both shoes will come in a premium box with two suede dust bags and an “Edited by Vogue” keychain.

Check out imagery of both sneakers above and then leave your thoughts on the project in the comments.

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