Surely, this Tiffany & Co. and Nike 23-pound sterling-silvershoeboxwill amaze you. Nothing quite gives the same degree of joy as a Tiffany & Co. box in robin's egg blue, unless, of course, you are a sneakerhead, in which case the appropriate shoebox will offer you the same level of thrill.
Other than that, there is nothing that quite brings the same level of pleasure. As part of its continued partnership with Nike, the venerable company decided to make the most of both worlds by commissioning its jewelers to craft a sterling silver and silver shoebox.
This was done in order to make the most of the company's relationship with Nike. This is being done as a component of the project that is still underway.
This morning, Tiffany & Co. shared the newsthat it has collaborated with Nike to design a silver shoebox, and the announcement was made today.
The information was accompanied by a film that provided an explanation of the labor-intensive technique of silversmithing.
The businessspent a total of 155 hours working on the production of the box, which is made of the.925 sterling silver which is Tiffany's trademark material and weighs a combined total of 23 pounds.
To clarify, the shoebox that comes with the Nike/Tiffany Air Force 1 is not the same as the one shown below. Highsnobiety claims that only one box was produced and that the price can be provided upon request.
Tiffany & Co. made the announcement that they will be collaborating with Nike on January 31, 2023. They are the latest in a long line of luxury brands that have worked with the athletic gear giant over the years.
Some of these brands include Jacquemus, Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Off-White. Tiffany & Co. is following in their footsteps. The two fashion designers gave the public their first look at the Nike Air Force 1 x Tiffany & Co. 1837 sneaker that they had worked on together for the first time on February 1st.
Nike Air Force one Tiffany and Co. Resale Analysis
The news was met with a degree of displeasure, particularly on the part of fans who had been holding out hope that the sneaker would be made available in white rather than black.
Despite this, the shoe, which had only been made available the night before, has already sold out and is now being offered for sale on resale platforms such as StockX for a price that is greater than one thousand dollars.
The Nike x Tiffany sneaker has a Tiffany Blue Swoosh on black suede, and it has a logo for Tiffany & Co. on the tongue of the shoe. Shoelaces are available in yellow, white, or Tiffany Blue, and the heel has plates made of sterling silver that mention both companies.
In addition to the sneakers, the jeweler is also selling Nike/Tiffany Air Force 1 dubraes, Nike/Tiffany whistle pendants, Nike/Tiffany silver shoe horns, and Nike/Tiffany silver shoe brushes. All of these items can be found on the Tiffany & Co. website, but they are currently unavailable for purchase there.
During a span of fewer than twelve hours, "A Legendary Pair," the tagline for the collaboration between Nike and Tiffany, appears to have more than lived up to its name.