Actress Millie Bobby Brown has conquered the movie world, and now she’s looking to the sneaker scene, joining forces with Converse to become the youngest collaborator they’ve ever had! With multiple custom collections in the bag, Brown has become quite the veteran of the collaborative sneaker space. Her linkups are always creative, and also have a deeper meaning.As a UNICEF ambassador, she’s an advocate and supporter of young women, and has brought this into her third linkup with Converse. As part of Converse’s All Stars program, which aims to help young creatives receive greater opportunities, Brown selected young Thai artist Pauline Wattanodom to reinterpret the converse all star nere.
Self-proclaimed ‘street couture’ specialists Bandulu have stitched up another collaboration with Converse, this time on the chuck 70 classic high top and Pro Leather. Bandulu is a Boston-based brand founded by Pat Peltier, and are best known for heavily embroidered refurbishing of vintage clothing, giving these old garments an intentionally bootlegged aesthetic. Having previously worked with Converse back in 2015, the two collaborators are revisiting some familiar motifs.
The puma cali uomo bianche surfaced late last year, coming as a ribbed-sole alternative to their California model. It’s seen a few renditions since then – Selena Gomez did her thing, and a sleek Cali-O update appeared with a Mike Cherman ‘Drive Thru’ colab.Now PUMA are delivering one of the few things that goes with Golden State sunshine just we well as good fast food: clean white sneakers. This Cali make-up harks to the OG with clean leather and subtle, complementary accents.
puma scarpe rsx nere have historically been an integral part of the motorsports world, as outfitters of some of the world’s fastest drivers. For situations that don’t warrant a full-on Nomex suit with an oversized Leaping Cat logo, PUMA are still in pole position thanks to their latest range of motoring-inspired colabs with European icons BMW Motorsport and Ferrari."
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