A pair of Air Jordan 1 Retro shoes are seen before being packed to ship out.
NBA legend Michael Jordan's trainers were sold for a record bid for a pair of shoe in an online auction recently.
Jordan wore these trainers during his rookie season with Chicago Bulls.
The Nike Jordan 1's reportedly fetched a whopping amount of 463,000 pounds, beating the previous record held by Nike's 1972 Moon Shoes, reports a section of the media.
Jordan is widely regarded as the greatest player ever to play in the NBA and he remains one of the most marketable athletes on the face of this planet.
During his time with the Chicago Bulls in the 90s, Jordan won six NBA titles and was also named finals' Most Valuable Player (MVP) on all six occasions.
For his exploits on the court, the Bulls retired Jordan's famed No. 23 jersey after he called time on his trophy-laden career.
He was also part of the US men's national teams that won Olympic golds in 1984 (Los Angeles) and 1992 (Barcelona) respectively.
A pair of unique porcelain sneakers which was expected to fetch $1 million went on sale at an auction at Sotheby’s. Designed by adidas and German porcelain maker Meissen, the leather shoes were painted by craftsmen and are to set to make a new record.
Sotheby's in New York announced on Thursday its first-ever auction dedicated to sneakers, underlining their fast-growing status as collectibles able to command tens of thousands of dollars.
Jason Wu did what few designers dare during New York fashion Week: He put on a live show Sunday with a tiny audience present in the middle of a pandemic.
French luxury label Chanel on Thursday raised a 600 million euro ($699 million) bond with clauses linked to its environmental goals, as firms in a sector under scrutiny from waste-conscious shoppers ratchet up green initiatives.
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The animal was ridden by Charlotte Casiraghi, a niece of Prince Albert of Monaco and a competitive showjumper who is also a Chanel brand ambassador.