The event went down Thursday night at Classic Car Club Manhattan, where the athletes modeled pieces from the brand’s remaining the Fall/Winter 2017 collection. You can check out their walks below.
Lebron, who teased a collaboration with Nike and Kith last month, stepped in front of the crowd rocking a floral variation of the Lebron 15. Shortly before he appeared in the show, the Cleveland forward posted an image of the sneaker design in the new “ghost” colorway.
“I can't be more excited about these kicks man,” he wrote in the caption. “I'm overly excited about this moment right now in time!”
Earlier this summer, Kith designer Ronnie Fieg previewed the Air Maestro II High, which is his own reworking of the original model worn by Pippen.
Stay tuned as more information about the sneakers becomes available.