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Jordan Brand’s 32 South State Fashion Show Recap

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Yesterday, Jordan Brand celebrated the day the ‘Banned’ Air Jordan 1 officially became Banned from the NBA by restocking the shoes along with release some other pairs early. Another way they celebrated was holding a fashion show which took place at the Jordan Brand 32 South State location.

While there was much Jordan Brand attire that was showcased, the highlight from the event was the early release of the ‘Chicago’ Air Jordan XXX1 and the ‘Black Toe’ Air Jordan 1. For attendees, you would have seen other Jordan Brand models like the ‘Top 3’ Air Jordan 1, ‘Shattered Backboard’ Air Jordan 1 and more.

Below you can check out a full recap of the Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show. For those that missed out, the ‘Black Toe’ Air Jordan 1 will debut on November 5th while the ‘Top 3’ Air Jordan 1 will launch on November 28th.

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Jordan Brand 32 South State Fashion Show

Source: Jordans Daily

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