Engineered Garments And Converse To Release Special One Star Collection

October 3rd, 2017 by

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Creative Director and founder of Engineered Garments, Daiki Suzuki, lends his clean aesthetic to Converse for a collaborative collection featuring the One Star. The on-trend sneaker is reworked in one of its most premium presentations ever, constructed in soft leather in completely tonal colorways from top to bottom of white, olive, navy, and black. Going through the history of Converse branding, Engineered Garments presents the four colorways with various side logos utilized by Converse throughout the years, including the the Chevron, Stars and Bars, and standard single star. Each is finished with Engineered Garments branding on the insole.

The Engineered Garments x Converse One Star collection releases October 3rd in-store at Nepenthes in New York City. The collection will also be available at Converse stores and Converse.com beginning October 5th.



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