Original Story (06/01/21): Aleali May will soon be following up the release of her “Califia” Air Jordan 1 Zoom with a collaboration on the Air Jordan 14 Low silhouette.

The LA stylist, model, and designer’s fifth Jordan sneaker collaboration comes dressed in Light Sand suede with a with marbled jade green accents on the midsole and lip of the tongue. Additional details include a black sockliner and laces and a metallic gold support plate underfoot. The shoe comes packaged in a mint green special box with May’s signature and branding along with gold foil wrapping paper.

Look for the Aleali May x Air Jordan 14 Low to release sometime this summer via SNKRS and select retailers. Check out the shoe below and stay tuned to Modern Notoriety for updates.

WMNS Aleali May x Air Jordan 14 Low “Fortune”
Color: Light Sand/Light Sand-White
Style Code: DJ1034-200
Release Date: August 19, 2021
Price: $190 USD

Update (08/06/21): The Aleali May x Air Jordan 14 Low “Fortune” has been loaded onto SNKRS with an August 19th release date and $190 USD retail price. According to the description, the shoe is inspired by May’s Black and Filipina roots and close-knit family. The shank plate and midsole come covered in metallic gold and jade, nodding to the first piece of jewelry Aleali ever received, a bracelet gifted to her by her grandmother.

An Aleali May x Jordan apparel collection is releasing alongside the AJ 14 Lows, consisting of a short-sleeve tee, crew shorts, crew shirt, cropped tank, and biker shorts. Check out the apparel collection here and the AJ14s here.

Update (07/12/21): Aleali May has announced the release of her “Fortune” Air Jordan 14 Low. The campaign images feature Aleali, her grandmother, and her great aunt Tita Sue. Check out the announcement post below and look for these to drop on August 19th:

 

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