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Stylist and designer Aleali May is auctioning off some of her coolest pieces


Aleali May opens the doors to her coveted closet. The stylist, designer and model is hosting a live auction of over 50 of her coolest and most requested pieces in partnership with live shopping platform NTWRK. You’ll find pieces from his personal collection as well as items from some high-profile collaborations, including sneakers.

Aleali says goodbye to a variety of pieces, including jackets and jeans, casual wear, accessories, and sneakers, of course. You’ll find designers including Chanel, Burberry, Rick Owens, Balmain, Acne Studios, and even a few luxury homewares to spruce up your space. Sizes range from S to L for clothes and from 5 to 11 for shoes. Is your new spring wardrobe just an auction or two away? You’ll have to hop on the live auction to find out for sure, so set a reminder now!

Aleali has some fashion credibility. Not only did she launch her own line of basics, Mayde Worldwide, but she was also the first woman to design a unisex Air Jordan sneaker with the launch of her Satin Shadow shoe in 2017, making history by designing a blockbuster shoe. . Aleali is one of two women to ever design Nike sneakers and the first woman of Filipino descent. she has since created five models for the brand, including the Fortune 14 and the Millennial Pink 6. She has also worked as a stylist with stars like Kendrick Lamar and Jaden Smith.

Aleali said teen vogue that she’s not afraid to let things go, but is thrilled that they’re finding new homes as she continues her journey of personal style. “As I get older, I learn my figure even more and adapt my style to reflect my mental progression. And I think that’s personal style,” she shared. “I’m excited to see how I evolve and what I find next to improve on that.”

What can you expect from the Aleali auction? It’s not just about clothes and shoes. “For me to have this auction is a glimpse of the type of woman I am: fun, playful, detail-oriented, street-ready and luxury-minded. But seeing that streetwear and high-end are both luxuries “, she explained. “People like to put women in certain boxes, which they shouldn’t. You can create your own world through the products. Showing a little glimpse of my personal space speaks for me and for other women like me who are ready to put others on to play and evolve.”

Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.