The global sportswear conglomerate that is Nike finally released a number of official images of the upcoming collaboration between Dior and their child company, the Jordan Brand.

As for what we see, the duo has put their brains together on a capsule collection named “Air Dior”, in which we see this title branded on a number of notable pieces such as tees, shorts, jackets, bucket hats and most famously on Nike’s Air Jordan 1 High OG silhouette.

To be more precise, a minimalist style combined with muted hues has been combined to produce a clean and highly sought after aesthetic. Also featuring suits, MA-1 bomber jackets, grey suede hoodies and even cashmere sweaters, the range has become one of the scene’s most successful collabs in recent times.

Within a statement released by Nike, the brand said that: “these pieces bring together the House’s exceptional tailoring expertise with a 1980s American sportswear feel inspired by the legendary Michael Jordan.”

Take a look at Travis Scott modelling the Dior x Jordan Brand collaboration below, if you like what you see then you’re in luck as the collection is set to drop in April. If you want to be the first to know the exact date then stay tuned or sign up to our newsletter.

UPDATE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dior and the Jordan brand have decided to postpone the raffling of the shoes. They have stated that as soon as the situation around the Coronavirus becomes clear they will update us with new info, sign up to our newsletter to be the first to know.

UPDATE #2: The limited-edition Air Jordan 1 Dior is expected to release in July 2020 in select Dior pop-ups and pop-in stores with a retail price of €1,800. Sign up to our newsletter to be the first to know the exact date.

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