Number (N)ine x Converse – Asymmetrical All-Star Low + One Star

March 11, 2010 BY

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With the recent announcement that Takahiro Miyashita would be closing down his highly sought after label, Number (N)ine, he finds it suiting to work on a collection for Converse, as he sees it as his beginning to an end. “My childhood started with Converse” he says, noting that with the closing of Number (N)ine, that Converse has a special existence in relation to both his youth and the end of his brand.

The collection will start off with a release of a Chuck Taylor All Star Low and a One Star. Both pairs will feature premium deer skin with shag uppers; yellow for the Chuck Low and white for the One Star. Both will feature asymmetrical lacing, inspired by the design of the Converse Odessa, a runner for the 70’s known for its innovative lacing system. In fact, this collection will continue with Miyashita’s own interpretation of the Odessa Trainer for a release later in the year. The All-Star Low and One Star, however, will drop in unisex sizes on March 13th at very select locations. Check after the jump for further retail info.

Number (N)ine for Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Asymmetrical
Number (N)ine for Converse One Star ’74 Asymmetrical

Retail: $140
Release: Saturday, March 13th

Locations:
10 Corso Como – Milan
Aloha Rag – New York City, Honolulu
Blends – Los Angeles
Canvas – Malibu
Colette – Paris
Dover Street Market – London
Juice – Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai
Livestock – Vancouver, Toronto
Patta – Amsterdam
Undefeated – Los Angeles, Las Vegas
Wood Wood – Berlin, Copenhagen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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