Nike Is About to Release a Sneaker Inspired by Cinderella's Glass Slipper

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Don't see yourself as the target audience for fairytale-inspired clothing? We found a new shoe that even a wicked stepmother would love.

Nike just dropped a brand new sneaker inspired by Cinderella's iconic footwear, and to say it's fit for a modern-day princess is an understatement. The limited-edition shoe is named, aptly enough, "Glass Slipper" Nike Air Force 1 Upstep Hi LX and incorporates turquoise and rose-colored sequins to create a shimmering effect.

 

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While the sneaker isn't officially Disney-approved, the similarities between the classic Mickey Mouse company movie and the shoe branding are undeniable.

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If you're dying to get your hands on a pair though, you'll have to wait. The "Glass Slippers" will be released on July 1 at 10 a.m. EST for $200.

 

 

SHOW TRANSCRIPT

For your late night highlight Keira Knightly reminisced about the first time she ever stepped foot in L.A. It was to audition for her now iconic role in Pirates of the Caribbean when she was just 17 years old. And the one thing she remembers very clearly is how awesome the hotel she stayed in was. I remember they put me up at the, the Four Seasons which was the poshest hotel I had ever been inside at that point. Four Seasons in LA, everybody. [LAUGH] Amazing frozen grapes. You sit around the pool and these people come around with trays and you get, like, a fro, a frozen grape. [LAUGH] Who knew? Knightly even confessed to snagging a pair of swanky hotel slippers because she liked them so much, and she's pretty sure she still has them today. And if you thought the quirky actress couldn't get any more likeable, think again. Knightly recently posed topless in a photo shoot for Interview magazine. To protest against air brushing. She explained her reasoning behind the revealing shoot in an interview with the Times last week. I think women's bodies are a battleground. And photography is partly to blame. To see Knightley in a less revealing light, you can check her out in her newest movie, The Imitation Game, when it hits theaters November 28th.
 
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