There are a lot of collabs coming out of Converse HQ at the moment. But we’re not complaining. 

This time around, the brand has partnered up with Engineered Garments to release a limited collection of One Star sneakers. 

Engineered Garments’ director, Daiki Suzuki, played with elements of his favourite Converse classics and blended them together to form the new design.

The limited release showcases four iterations of the classic One Star logo across a premium leather upper and features the Engineered Garments logo on the sockliner.

You can choose from olive, navy, black and white colourways, which come complete with tonal cotton laces.

“In attempting to create something new, we thought it would be best to start the relationship by revisiting the past and melding the first four models into one,” Suzuki said of the collection.

The debut Engineered Garments Converse One Star collection starts at $140 and will launch on October 7.

converse.com.au

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