24/06/2016
Dark and mysterious.

Words by

Laura Kennewell

It seems like Converse are pumping out new designs like there’s no tomorrow. But we love ‘em, so pls keep them coming.

The newest addition to the extensive Converse range is the second Chuck II Futura collaboration. Brooklyn-based artist Futura has spun his magic and created a collection featuring abstract prints and reflective materials.

Inspired by Futura’s graffiti work and the NYC art scene of the early ’80s, these beauties are made to be seen.

They retail for $160 and are on limited release, so if you’re keen, get in quick.

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