The Converse Comme des Garçons Womens lineup is a never ending cycle as three new pastel colorways are now available. Dubbed the “Cotton Candy” pack, the sneakers are made of premium suede uppers in Light Orchid, Dried Bamboo and Blue Chill hues. White laces and One-Star canvas logo on the sides contrast the tonal upper, while finishing details include an Egret colored sole, black foxing stripe and Converse’s license branding at the heel.
Converse unleashes a new look to the masses in the form of this Converse Comme des Garçons Mens Seeker. The model boasts a chukka like build done in suede with plaid lining. The shoe’s are minimally branded and the only real converse cue we get is the star on the heel and embossed tongue. This four eyelet lace up is finished by a vulcanized rubber outsole and should do fine in any casual setting where khaki’s are worn.
There’s only a handful of footwear brands that have reached the century mark, but Converse boasts the most recognizable 100-year achievement thanks to the iconic Converse Comme des Garçons for Sale model. The brand celebrated by introducing the century-in-the-making sequel in the Converse Comme des Garçons Cheap and now Stussy is getting in on the action by upgrading the iconic Chuck Taylor All Star with two premium colorways slated to release in the near future. The centenary celebration is done up by Stussy’s Japanese division with denim canvas in dark indigo or black while the Stussy logo is sewn on each tongue.
If you haven’t noticed, pink sneakers are everywhere this spring. Virtually every major brand and every model from the ASICS GEL-Diablo to the Nike KD 9 Elite has optioned for light pink colorways this year, and now there’s one more to add. It’s the granddaddy of all sneakers, the Converse Comme des Garçons Discount, that is next up to join the pink colorway family, with this Pro edition from the Cons skate line receiving a light pink canvas upper with a darker shade of pink for the suede heel stripe.