Latest COMME des GARÇONS PLAY x Converse Chuck Taylor Receives Release Date

Complete with a repeated heart pattern & khaki colorway.

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After premiering via Converse Japan earlier this year, the latest installment of COMME des GARÇONS PLAY’s ongoing Converse Chuck Taylor collaboration has finally received a release date.

The new design features PLAY’s iconic heart motif, which appears is repeated nine times in a pattern around the base of the upper on both colorways. As well as the traditional white colorway, the collaborative sneaker is also set to release in a new khaki option, replacing the pack’s usual black colorway. Coming in either high or low top, the updated COMME des GARÇONS PLAY x Converse Chuck Taylor will arrive at all Dover Street Market locations on September 21. Each pair will cost £110 GBP (approx. $145 USD).

For more from Converse, take another look at UNDERCOVER’s latest collaboration.

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