In a stunning expansion of Jordan Brand’s music artist collaborations, Teyana Taylor‘s Air Jordan 1 High Zoom CMFT 2 has come to life. Official images of this remarkable partnership have been revealed by Nike, showcasing the intricate details that make these kicks truly special.
To add a touch of elegance, a rose-shaped attachment accompanies the sneakers, while the flaps on the interiors feature the phrases “A Rose” and “From Harlem,” paying homage to Taylor’s soul-stirring track from her album K.T.S.E. As anticipation builds, fans can also look forward to a full apparel collection that will complement the release of these extraordinary sneakers in the near future.
Since bursting onto the scene in the 2000s, Teyana Taylor has captivated audiences not only as an actress, singer, dancer, and model but also as an influential sneakerhead and fashion icon. While her previous ventures with adidas and Reebok allowed her to infuse her creative vision into sneaker designs, she is now taking her artistry to new heights by partnering with Jordan Brand to reimagine the timeless Air Jordan 1 High.
A sneak peek at this eagerly anticipated collaboration reveals a pair of sneakers that are destined to turn heads. The classic white leather base harmonizes with “Gym Red” leather overlays that seamlessly transition to a deep brown hue at the heel counter.
The left shoe takes center stage with oversized black leather Swooshes adorned with bold zig-zag stitching, while the right shoe showcases embroidered red Swooshes intertwined with green stitching reminiscent of rose prickles. Collaborative details abound, including a rose-themed Swoosh on the tongue of the right shoe and “TEY” text adorning the tongue of the left shoe.
Additionally, the hidden side of the collar proudly displays the phrase “A ROSE from Harlem.” Completing this extraordinary silhouette is the utilization of Formula 23 foam, delivering a lighter and more comfortable sole experience.
While an official release date for Teyana Taylor’s Air Jordan 1 High collaboration is yet to be announced, enthusiasts can anticipate its arrival on shelves by the end of the year. Nike and select retailers will be the exclusive outlets for these sought-after sneakers, priced at $150 USD.