Young people doing cool things.

Words by

Tara Smith

In today’s instalment of young people doing impressive things, Converse has tapped Miley Cyrus and Maisie Williams to host the first episode of its newest online series.

Public Access is the brand’s latest youth-focused series, featuring a number of young talented hosts every episode.

For its very first instalment, Converse features Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams, alongside Millie Bobby Brown, Amanda Stenberg and a 17-year-old-chef.

Also hosting her first episode is Miley Cyrus, who enlists the help of an 81-year-old circus stunt performer, to prove that age is just a number.

It’s all in a bid to empower young people, with an upcoming mix of artists, innovators, activists and visionaries jumping in on the action.

Public Access will premiere on Twitter here from September 6, but in the meantime, check out the preview below.


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