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How to wear the ubiquitous shoe of cool.
The Converse All-Stars are the anti-fashion fashion sneaker that is sitting in every girl’s closet. What makes the shoe so cool is that the design is literally timeless with the look barely changing since its 1917 debut–that’s 102 years!It was the first
Calling all sneakerheads!
Converse's shoe history can be traced back to 1908, when Marquis Mills established a rubber shoe company which he called the Converse Rubber Shoe Company. By 1917, Marquis created their first basketball shoe, which was a brown high top sneaker with a
It's the purrfect collection for the sneakerheads out there!
Both reminiscent of childhood, Converse and Sanrio's Hello Kitty collaborate for a collection that will definitely make their stylish fans nostalgic! Hello Kitty gets a street style makeover via Converse's most iconic designs: the Chuck Taylor All Star, the Chuck 70, and the One Star.
New shoe alert!
Inspired by music festival season, Converse thought of innovating yet again for Spring 2016. Playing around with the idea of translating the illuminating kaleidoscopic light shows at these events, the team experimented with eye-catching colors and woven textures to achieve the look.
You might want to add this to your collection.
Girls and boys, if you’re currently on the hunt for a new pair of white sneakers to add to your collection, well, the search is over! Introducing Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II’s newest additions: the Monos in parchment and black.While black will
Take your pick from Wonder Woman, Batman, and more!
Obsessed with anything and everything that has to do with your crime fighting comic book faves? Then you’ll be stoked to know that Converse just collaborated with DC to produce four printastic pairs of Chuck Taylors worth adding to your collection. The
The first change in the Chuck Taylor since 1917.
Sneakerheads will tell you that Converse, your beloved canvas sneaker brand, is actually now owned by Nike. This might be the reason why for the first time in 98 years, they're giving their iconic Chuck Taylor style a game-changing update. Regular Chucks wearers