Virgil Abloh's Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 is now available! Although the price of the shoes is high, their popularity has not decreased.
For months, shoe enthusiasts had been waiting for this collaboration to be released. After months of discussion, the shoes are now available for purchase.
The sale of these shoes has been halted due to the high level of internet traffic. We anticipate that the website will be rebuilt in no time.
Let's take a look at the Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 price and learn more about designer Virgil Abloh.
The price of Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 has been revealed.
The starting price of the shoes on Highsnobiety is $2,750. These may be purchased from the Louis Vuittons website or selected stores.
The list of participating stores has not been released as of now. Pre-orders for them had begun at the beginning of June for selected clients.
Following this, the shoes went on sale again on July 19, with prices between $2,750 and $3,450 per pair, according to the outlet.
What caused Virgil Abloh to die?
After undergoing treatment for a long period of time, designer Virgil passed away. Louis Vuitton's Off-Whiteand the Mens Artistic Director
In a social media post, Virgil's brand confirmed his death. A rare form of cancer, cardiac angiosarcoma was first diagnosed in 2019.
He decided to keep his illness a secret and continue to work. During this time he underwent several treatments while working with brands to make fashion statements.
Several celebrities have contacted and paid their respects following the news of his death. He was particularly close to the Kardashian-Jenner family, and the girls did not shy away from professing his love on social media.
During the Met Gala, Kylie Jenner honored him.
At the Met Gala, Kylie wore a wedding gown made by Off-White.
While others ridiculed her appearance, the social media influencer and makeup mogul released a video explaining the significance of the dress.
In her memoir, she admitted that wearing the Off-White outfit was a way for her to honor Virgils' legacy.