After plenty of teasers going all the way back to April, the Brooklyn Projects x Nike SB Dunk High has officially been revealed. Nicknamed "Paparazzi," the sneaker takes inspiration from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood and its famous celebrities.
The the overall color scheme of the Dunk High represents the cameras typically used by the paparazzi. There's a special 3M flash-like pattern on the side panels and toebox to represent camera flashes and textured suede along the toebox, eyestay, and heel. Taking the theme even further, Brooklyn Projects opts to go with a red velvet material on the ankle collar—the first for a Nike SB sneaker—that symbolizes the red velvet ropes that the paparazzi is usually behind during star-studded events. Rounding out the design is a graphic on the heel of Brooklyn Projects' "BP" logo over the lens of a camera.
Expect these SB Dunks to be available in-store at all Brooklyn Projects locations on Saturday, August 2. A Quickstrike version similar to the original will also be available through select Nike SB retailers at a later date.
[via High Snobiety]