Converse And Comme des Garçons Drop Latest Collaboration

Converse And Comme des Garçons Drop Latest Collaboration

Converse And Comme des Garçons Drop Latest Collaboration
Converse And Comme des Garçons Drop Latest Collaboration
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Converse and Comme des Garçons have teamed up for yet another sneaker collaboration.

Their latest work together features hi and lo versions of the Converse Chuck 70 shoe, which will come in white and black and highlight Comme des Garçons’ iconic heart-and-eyes logo and a red sole and foxing.

The brands partnered with creative directors Ronnie Cooke Newhouse and Karl Bolander to bring the collaboration to life, as well as fashion photographer, Craig McDean, who leveraged a red backdrop with the sneakers stacked on top of each other.

The new Converse x Play Comme des Garçons Chuck 70 collection is expected to retail for $150 and will be available for purchase starting March 24, 2022, in-stores at Comme des Garçons and Dover Street Market stores as well as at other select retailers.

The latest collection follows another collaboration between the duo during the holiday season, which featured eight Chuck 70 iterations in blue and gray colorways.

Converse has also previously collaborated with Rick Owens and Kim Jones.

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