On the opening night of New York Fashion Week back in September, LeBron James walked the runway as part of the KITH Sport fashion show, which included over 100 looks, including the Nike LeBron 15 which, at the time, had not yet officially been revealed. 

Today, Kith founder Ronnie Fieg unveiled his new sneaker collab with LeBron James, which has been in the works since before the KITH Sport fashion show.

Kith's "Long Live The King" Nike LeBron 15 project includes three separate colorways, two of which have an extended, sock-like ankle collar and criss-crossing straps across the upper. One of those strapped LeBron 15s, sporting a grey and black color scheme, is inspired by Cleveland, Ohio. The other laceless LeBron 15, draws on inspiration from Lincoln Cathedral and other regal landmarks.

The third pair features a light carnation Battleknit upper, accompanied by a rose gold Nike swoosh and a rose gold zipper.

LeBron has stepped out in the strapped LeBron 15s a few times since the Kith Fashion Show in September, but it looks like fans will soon be able to purchase their own pair of the Kith x Nike LeBron 15 "Long Live The King" soon enough.

You can check out Ronnie Fieg's photo journal, which details the project from start to finish, right here.