Nike’s Jordan Brand is set to release, on Friday February 14, their Spring 2020 Jordan Women’s Flight Utility Apparel capsule collection, its first-ever Jordan women’s apparel collection in a national campaign fronted by Teyana Taylor. Shoppers in Chicago area can get a first look at and shop the collection at the Nordstrom x Nike sneaker boutique located at the Shops at Northbridge Michigan Avenue.
Chicago’s Nordstrom x Nike sneaker boutique, in honor of NBA All-Star Weekend, assembled a crew of Chicago creative forces, the Chicago Belles, to introduce the first-ever collection of Jordan apparel for women. The collection will be available at Nordstrom Michigan Avenue, and select Nordstrom locations nationwide and online at Nordstrom.com/xnike beginning on Thursday, February 13. Nordstrom x Nike is also introducing the Air Jordan 1 High OG UNC to Chicago -A limited-edition tribute to Jordan’s career that unites UNC blue with the Bulls’ iconic black and red launching on February 14.
To celebrate the 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend here in Chicago and the collection’s debut, the Nordstrom x Nike sneaker boutique at the Shops at Northbridge Michigan Avenue is unveiling a custom shop build and fun activations including a braid bar and hand drawn tattoos by @JonBoyTattoo from 3:00 – 6:00 pm today and tomorrow plus a special gift with purchase. You can scroll down to get to know the Chicago Belles and see the collection before shopping IRL or online.
Meet the Chicago Belles.
Bella BAHHS (@bellabahhs) Chicago-based rapper and activist Bella BAHHS is forging a new path toward liberation, impelling social change by bringing stories from the margins to the center through art and advocacy
Fave place in Chicago: Out West
Taylor Amilas Bates (@tayloramilas) Chicago-raised Taylor is a multifaceted model and artist who’s worked in mediums from collage to pottery, fashion styling to floral design—she even handcrafted her own body-care products
Fave place in Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago—and Montrose Beach in the summertime
Dana Vahl (@theangelonline) Hailing from the Chicago suburbs, Dana is passionate about art, fashion, the planet and good food. She’s a firm believer that the stars tell all
Fave place in Chicago: The Chicago Diner! The best vegan food in the city, hands down
Runsy (@runsyyy) Esperanza Rosas, better known as Runsy, is a Chicago-based multidisciplinary artist specializing in illustration. Through the use of different mediums, her work considers intersections of her identity as a Mexican-American woman growing up in the South Side of Chicago
Fave place in Chicago: Latitude Chicago, a DIY print lab for all artists
Christie Sui (@toosuixy) After heading to Chicago to study engineering, Christie tapped into the city’s creative community to explore her love of art, connecting with photographers, art directors, models, stylists and everyone in between
Fave place in Chicago: Seeing the Chicago skyline at sunset from the front steps of the Adler Planetarium
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