Thom Browne Does A Little Fashion Trick For Converse

Imagine what the product will be like when the debonair man’s fashion choice Thom Browne teams up with the world’s most loved classic sneakers brand! Well, the little collaboration has caused the birth of four pairs of very fashionable footwear. But we shall talk about only one design that caught our fancy.

This one’s done up in red and navy blue on a base of white, which is the typical the Converse pattern designed by Jack Purcell in 1935. The patchwork grossgrain ribbon pattern is quirky and catches attention immediately. This model comes for a price of $1,800. Oh by the way, the original canvas pair created by badminton champ Purcell comes for $40.

We hear that Browne used the red, white and blue patchwork ribbon theme in many of his men’s suits at his spring fashion show. So, if you are a Thom Browne fan, then this pair will keep you close to the latest strain of creativity from the designer. But for fashion expert Alan Flusser, the concept is ‘irresponsible’. Oh, don’t forget, this pattern is part of a limited edition!


Via valetmag

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