Never in a million years did we expect to see Air Force 1’s at a high end runway fashion show but thanks to ASAP Rocky and other leaders in the industry, both street and high end have been blended in and it works. One of the most recent power moves that brought both elements together was Nike’s partnership with Riccardo Tisci, which inspires this post by illustrator deadilly who combines the Air Jordan Retro series with some of today’s hottest high end fashion brands. If you ever wondered what a collab with YSL or Margiela would look like, it’d probably look like the ones below.

Air Jordan 1 x Saint Laurent


Air Jordan x McQueen


Air Jordan 3 x Maison Martin Margiela


  • casjwell

    The 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, 6’s, and 9’s are alright

  • Took

    Nice work!! 2s, 7s, 10s & 11s would be at the top of my list.

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  • D

    Not going to happen. These designers are way too classy to design an Air Jordan. Nike maybe, but Air Jordan? Meh

  • edogg

    how much?