October 19th, 2016 by Yale Schalk / 0
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Yesterday, 32 South State in Chicago was one of the very few doors celebrating 32 years since Michael Jordan’s NBA sneaker ban. The moment was marked with an Air Jordan 1 “Banned” restock, as well as early limited drops of Air Jordan 1 “Black Toe” and Air Jordan 31 “Red/Black.” The night cap included a fashion show themed “the One that started it all” – a display of many colorways that define Air Jordan 1 like Black Toes, Shattered Backboards, Top Threes and, of course, Banneds. Stylist Aleali May selected the apparel coordinated to each model, which included pieces from Jordan Brand as well as Chicago boutiques. Take a recap look at the show below. Air Jordan 1 “Black Toe” releases November 5th, with Air Jordan 1 “Top Three” arriving November 28th.
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