Tiffany & Co and Nike’s partnership dubbed lackluster and lazy even before it hit the racks

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The result can only be dazzling when legends like Tiffany & Co and Nike come together. The Air Force 1 1837 shoes are joined by a Tiffany & Co limited-edition sterling silver accessories collection slated to be released on 7 March 2023. The $400 sneaker in black suede will be released with a series of sterling silver accessories like a co-branded shoe horn, whistle, brush, and dubrae. While many were excited about the two luxury brands coming together, the result has not received the same enthusiastic reaction. Nike’s classic AF1 silhouette dons a premium black suede, highlighting a Tiffany Blue Swoosh with silver detailing at each heel. That is all there is.

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A subreddit for sneaker lovers put the question out there- What do you think about the upcoming Nike x Tiffany? While one user said,’ They didnt even try,’ another joked, ‘An AF1 with a blue tick? Original!’. Adding to the obvious that there is nothing special about this pair, one user stated, ‘I had a pair of Nike IDs in 2012 with this exact colorway when everyone was obsessed with teal haha.’ The Nike x Tiffany & Co limited-edition collection of silver objects includes a sterling silver whistle, a shoe horn, a shoe brush, and a shoelace tag for the Nike x Tiffany & Co Air Force 1 1837 laces.

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The collection will be available from two Tiffany & Co New York locations, per Wallpaper, The Tiffany Flagship Next Door and Tiffany & Co SoHo. They will also be released via Nike’s SNKRS app and in select North American stores for $400 a pop.

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