Off-White™ founder Virgil Abloh confirmed on his Instagram that his two-year collaboration with Nike will be ending soon.
According to HYPEBEAST, Virgil Abloh confirmed the news of ending “The Ten” collection on his Instagram page after posting one of his personal pairs of deconstructed Air Force 1’s
“small fact: personally i’m visually obsessed with the combination of black sneaker / white swoosh white laces. hence every edition of the last ever “10” came as such.”
“The Ten” collection was released in 2017 with Abloh and Nike picking 10 silhouettes that defined Nike’s impact in sporting goods and streetwear.
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The collection released over 20 variations of the Nike silhouettes such as Air Jordan 1s, Blazer High, Air Force 1s, Air Force 1 “07”, Air Max 90, Air Max 97, and countless others. Abloh also collaborated with Serena Williams and Nike called the “QUEEN” collection during the US Open.
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Although this may be the end for one of the most coveted collaborations with Nike, there may be more creations by Virgil and the popular sports brand in the future.
Meanwhile, check out the video below of a sneakerhead who collected a few pieces from “The Ten” collection.