Calling all fans of pop-culture, soup and shoes. Converse have revealed their new range, inspired by creative genius Andy Warhol's distinct artworks.

The Spring 2015 collection pairs two pop-culture icons together to pay homage to self-expression and creativity.

Featuring well-known Warhol artwork, such as the much loved Campbell's soup can, the new range will boast ranges that are womens, mens and unisex.

A portion of proceeds from sales will go to The Andy Warhol foundation, which supports and celebrates artistic expression.

You can grab the collection from Thursday 29th January in selected stores and online.

www.converse.com.au

 

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