Last year, LeBron James released his HFR x Nike LeBron 16, selling out in minutes. Now, the mega baller is teaming up with three female designers on round 2 of the sneaker.
Harlem Fashion Row‘s Kimberly Goldson, Undra Celeste NY, and Fe Noel are the three designers responsible for the iconic design. The three female designers also made history for being Nike’s first all-female design team. HFR’s founder, Brandice Daniel tells The Wall Street Journal that the organization’s mission has been to provide a platform for black designers, helping them make connections.
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HFR is proud to announce the 2nd drop of the @nike x @kingjames collaboration with designers @fenoel @kimberlygoldson @love_ucny! – The first shoe sold out in less than 5 minutes and now we’re back! We can’t wait until the official launch this week! Download the @snkrsnow app! – Oh and these are unisex so guys we have you covered! Drop a 🔥below if you’re ready to grab your piece of history because this collaboration with 3 black female designers is a moment! – Thank you @nike @kingjames for seeing us! – #history #epiccollaboration #blackfemaledesigners #morethananathlete @ntwrk
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The Harlem Stage unisex design flaunts a bright yellow Battleknit 2.0 material with soft white leather. LeBron 16’s are perfect to complete that fresh, summer look or work the court. The 2nd round of HFR x Nike LeBron 16 dropped Friday, May 10th, selling at $225.
Courtesy of Harlem Fashion Row