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Converse gör samarbete med Colette

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Converse har gjort ett samarbete med de franska varumärkena Colette och Club 75. Tillsammans har man skapat en kollektion med tre olika skor och modellerna man utgått från är One Star och Chuck Taylor All Star 70’s HI. Färgerna är vitt, blått och rött - precis som den franska flaggan.

Skorna lanserades den 23 juni och på prislappen står det 100 euro.


Converse and colette join forces in celebration of the 20-year anniversary of the iconic Parisian brand. Joining the party is reknown Parisian cultural brand Club 75, also celebrating the store’s second birthday and adding a juxtaposing between the established and emerging. The collection pays tribute to colette with a Parisian lens, brought to life in a pack of “trois” sneakers – red, white and blue to match the French flag, featuring the One Star and Chuck Taylor ‘70’s. The sneakers come with a set of anniversary patches created by So Me.

For 20 years, Paris’s colette store has been an essential destination and prolific cultural creator. To commemorate that important anniversary, Converse and close friends of Colette, Club 75 — the cult collective, brand and retailer — have created a trio of One Star and CTAS ’70 makeups themed on the French flag. Incorporating offbeat details and colorful contrasts while retaining the wearable versatility of both classic silhouettes, it’s a perfect celebration of a landmark year for a globally renowned but quintessentially Parisian institution. Here’s to another 20 years! The collection, a blue One Star and Chuck Taylor All Star 70‘ high tops in Red and in White, will launch on June 23rd, exclusively on Converse.com, colette.fr and Club75.fr and on June 24th exclusively at colette and Club 75 stores, for an SRP of 100 Euros.

Converse Inc., based in Boston, Massachusetts, is a wholly owned subsidiary of NIKE, Inc. Established in 1908, the Converse brand has built a reputation as “America’s Original Sports Company”TM and has been associated with a rich heritage of legendary shoes such as the Chuck Taylor® All Star® shoe, the Jack Purcell® shoe and the One Star® shoe. Today, Converse offers a diverse portfolio including lifestyle men's, women's and children’s footwear, apparel and accessories and is sold globally by retailers in over 160 countries. For more information, please visit media.converse.com and follow @converse.

Located 213 rue Saint-Honoré in Paris, Colette first opened its doors in March 2017. Aiming to reinvent the concept of retail in its seven hundred squaremeter establishment. Spanning the three levels, customers are invited to encounter the Colette experience, which comprises a never-ending assortment of fashion, high-tech, arts, streetwear, beauty and waters. Through chances encounters, travels and discoveries, new products and new brands are consistently showcased at Colette, offering a unique approach that combines modernity, originality and the upmost in quality. This is the Colette spirit: an inimitable mix and match, modeled after its customers, and bringing people together.www.colette.fr

Tied by a strong friendship to Colette, Club 75 is the fruit of a collaboration between three Parisian partners in crime: Pedro “Busy P“ Winter, Michael Dupouy and Bertrand “ So-Me“ de Langeron). Prominent figures of the French capital, they actively contribute to making Paris such an influential city. DJ, manager and producer, Pedro “Busy P” Winter is world renown for his musical flair. He created his own label, Ed Banger Records in 2003, hosting the likes of Justice, Dj Mehdi, Breakbot, Mr Oizo and many others. With a background in fashion styling for trendy magazines, Michael Dupouy founded his communication agency, La MJC, back in 2001. Expert and creative design authority in subcultures, curator of cool, he is the author and publisher of the world famous bible All Gone, a rich and compregensive yearly book with main purpose to document and pay tribute to the finest of street culture. Last but not least, Bertrand "So-Me" de Langeron, Busy P’s long-time collaborator (he designed every piece of image coming out of Ed Banger since day one) is in charge of all graphics at Club 75. Art director extraordinaire, illustrator, multi-talented, he published is first photo book entitled "Travail Famille Party", and directed music videos for the likes of Justice, Kanye West, MGMT, Major Lazer and many more.www.club75.fr