- Raffy Tulfo recently appeared on his noontime public service show “Wanted sa Radyo” wearing Air Dior shoes
- According to Dior executives, they produced only 13,000 pairs, with 5,000 of them offered to the brand’s top clients, leaving only 8,000 pairs for the rest of the more than 7 billion people on the planet
- It was also reported that around 5 million people have already signed up to buy the coveted shoes
- Apparently, Idol Raffy is one of the lucky owners of the 8,000 pairs
Popular TV personality Raffy Tulfo recently appeared on his show, “Wanted sa Radio” wearing the much-talked about Air Dior.
In an interview with Women’s Wear Daily (WWD), Dior’s CEO, Pietro Beccari, said that they produced only 13,000 pairs, 5,000 of which were offered to the top clients of Dior, with each of them receiving a personal invitation.
That leaves 8,000 pairs of Air Diors for the rest of the world. Beccari said that in June of last year, over 5 million willing buyers signed up to buy the coveted shoes in a span of about 9 hours.
At the time, Dior offered the shoes at $2,000 for the low-top variant and $2,200 for its high-top version.
Today, due to limited availability, the same Air Dior shoes can be bought starting at a low of $11,746 to a high of $26,184.
Information from the online store farfetch.com also shows that aside from availability, the price is also determined by its size.
It is not clear when did Idol Raffy Tulfo bought his own pair and whether he bought it straight from Dior or through some third party retailers.
One thing is clear, his Air Dior shoes do carry a hefty price and based on available information, he might have bought it anywhere between $2,200 to $20,000, which is a whooping amount for a pair of shoes.
In Philippine money, that would translate between P105,800 to 962,270 in Philippine currency, but then, it’s Raffy Tulfo and he sure deserve it, much less afford it.
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