Converse Tokyo Spotlights Earthy Layers in FW19 Lookbook

Understated layering pieces that complement the label’s footwear.

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Converse Tokyo, Converse Japan‘s in-house clothing division, is back with its new season lookbook, following up last year’s campaign with a series of warm earth-toned layers for this season. The lookbook spotlights a range of classic American staples, like wool coats, quilted jackets, flannels, pants, sweaters and accessories.

One highlight in the collection is a reversible cream-colored liner jacket that comes with star-shaped quilting. The reverse side of the garment is lined with fleece and reinforced with nylon around the edges. Other details like low collars, tonal buttons, an adjustable hem and big pockets round up the piece. Another piece of outerwear that’s noteworthy is the beige long coat. It is made with delicate wool with a small cut out of Converse’s star logo at the upper left chest – a bright orange tone covers the back collars to complement the piece’s soft palette. Other garments like fleece zip-ups, backpacks, parkas, checkered trousers and half-zip pullovers round up the expansive collection.

The Converse Tokyo Fall/Winter 2019 Collection is currently available at converse-tokyo.jp, ranging from $18 – $527 USD.

Most recently, the Western branch of Converse reintroduced the hefty All-Star Pro Leather.

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Converse Tokyo Russell Mosten color coat

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