J.W. Anderson and Converse Drop Second Collaboration

J.W. Anderson and Converse Drop Second Collaboration

Fresh off the runway of London Fashion Week, the Irish-born designer teams up with the all-American sneaker brand for collaboration no. 2.

Fresh off the runway of London Fashion Week, the Irish-born designer teams up with the all-American sneaker brand for collaboration no. 2.

Text: Thomas Chou

British fashion label J.W. Anderson has teamed up with Converse for a second collaboration, once again revamping high-top and low-top styles of the iconic Chuck 70 with a signature gender-bending twist.

With four color-ways/styles in total — two high-tops and two low-tops — the collection is centered upon head designer Jonathan Anderson’s love for ceramic sculptures. Each shoe is fitted with high-gloss, patent leather, see-through toe caps, and thickly knitted laces. Featuring saturated colors and bright pastels, the collection is perfect for summer, or for an unexpected pop of color in the colder months to come.

This collection marks the second collaboration on record for the two brands, the first being back in 2017. Titled “Glitter_Gutter”, the unisex styles featured sparkling glitter on the upper canvas of the shoes. While the new second collaboration may play down the eye-catching glamor of the first collaboration, this latest drop certainly prioritizes color and texture.

Be sure to check out some photos of the latest collaboration below.

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