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Givenchy x Converse Addict Chuck Taylor All Star

April 10, 2011 BY / 0

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Riccardo Tisci took over the reigns of Givenchy’s menswear collection in 2009 having risen to prominence as the brand’s womenswear creative director thanks to his success with dark, almost gothic designs.  You can see a similar inspiration here in the Givenchy x Converse Addict Chuck Taylor All Star hightops, a design that’s wild and muted all at the same time.  That’s thanks to a tonal leopard print whose only accent ‘color’ is a white stripe along the sole’s sidewall, which leaves the wild animal box to draw your attention with its wavy texture.  Click through to have a closer look, let us know how these compare to some of the other top-tier Converse we’ve seen in recent months and stick with Sneaker News for more including their release date.  via HS

 

 

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