Following her appearance at the Met Gala and the controversial award at the New Sale Jordan, Billie Eilish has aroused a lot of discussion. With the recent debut of her flying man Jordan 15, sneaker fans have also joined the discussion. And now, just a few hours later, the Jordan brand has added fuel to the fire, providing the artist's official image of the flying man Jordan 1 KO. Like AJ15, Billie Eilish x Air Jordan 1 KO provides a fairly simple, toned look. But this does not mean that this pair of shoes is completely low-key, because its canvas/leather uppers are completely worn "Barely Volt" (Barely Volt). Shoelaces, tools, Swoosh, and labels all follow exactly the same match, completing a simple color scheme, whose aesthetics reflect almost all black boxes. As a result, Eilish’s name designed the costume for the latter and the silhouetted insole, which complemented her personal logo sitting proudly on the tongue of the shoe.

The Jordan brand, like other brands under New 2021 Jordans, has begun to be loved by people in recent months. This upcoming Air Jordan 13 specifically designed for girls can only prove this point. Its upper part is full of "hounds" and lattice patterns. The iconic patterns are barely visible on the tongue, only black laces, silver dubraes and violet printed Jumpman. The tone of the adjacent lining follows the latter, while the exterior chooses a mixed grid, which incorporates more of the above-mentioned prints. In addition, the rest of the building is made of white leather, which hardly distracts people's attention, including the iconic logo of the outline.

After the release through its own channels, UNDEFEATED gave some global partners a "green light" so that they could soon launch the second Nike Dunk vs. AF-1 "5 On It" capsule. As its name implies, this collaboration reimagined two iconic Nike sportswear models with five different materials rooted in the "golden age" of the 1990s and 21st century. Bruce Kilgore's classic Nike Air Force 1 uses a vibrant blue and yellow color scheme, highlighting the crocodile skin pattern, perforated canvas, high-quality suede and smooth patent leather to form the upper. In contrast, the matching Nike Dunk Low gave up any eye-catching tones and adopted an all-black style. However, in Peter Moore's always-popular design, the material can be said to be bolder than the multi-color AF-1. Horsehair, ostrich suede, canvas, nylon and ice gel soles work together to make their mark. Skechers Shoes iconic "5 Strikes" logo appears on the tongue and side heels, while the name of the capsule is printed on the lining of the socks.