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Missoni Creates Limited Edition Converse Sneakers [Pics]

Missoni Creates Limited Edition Converse Sneakers [Pics]
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High-fashion meets streetwear in this footwear collaboration.

Yi Chen
  • 16 april 2012


Italian luxury brand Missoni has once again created a range for the Spring 2012 Converse Chuck Taylor All Star collection. The sneakers come in three color-ways and feature Missoni’s signature zigzag knit pattern. Two of the silhouettes are for women only and come in muted shades of green, and white. The unisex silhouette is multi-stitched with space-dyed cotton and is in navy blue with white accents.

The shoes retail for $200 and are available in the U.S. at Missoni’s flagship store in Rodeo Drive and also some boutique shops. They can also be purchased online at Converse.

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