WACKO MARIA Teams Up With Converse on Leopard-Print All Star Hi

Featuring subtle Guilty Parties’ branding.

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Building on last year’s Chuck Taylor All Star low collaboration, Japanese label WACKO MARIA has continued its leopard print pattern onto the high-top silhouette from Converse. This design sees the print all over the upper, with a monochrome Converse logo on the shoe’s medial side.

Other features include subtle details inside the shoe, with a star appearing on one ankle lining and “GUILTY PARTIES PARADISE” on the other. Both tongues feature the words “THE GUILTY PARTIES, OUTRAGEOUS INC., PARADISE TOKYO.” The latest collaboration from Converse and WACKO MARIA is set to drop via the Japanese label’s web store on June 16.

In related news, Converse recently dropped its Miley Cyrus collaboration.

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