To help celebrate its 100-year milestone, Converse Japan has enlisted the streetwear styling competencies of skate culture mainstay Stüssy to cooperatively reimagine one of its classic staples. With the sportswear giant’s iconic All Star silhouette set as the commemorative subject, the models — offered in navy and black — take on a pigment-dyed cotton denim construction with contrasting white stitching found throughout. Converse’s signature logo patch hits the heel area, while Stüssy branding finds its way onto the tongue tag. The shoe’s hallmark rubber toe cap and clean white midsole round out the new design. Retailing for $135 USD, look for this new All Star rework at all Stüssy stores.
Speaking of Converse’s All Star, check out this Alber Elbaz-designed rendition.