Chuck Taylor All Star II is ready for more, boasting the most recognizable exterior attributes of the original Chuck Taylor All Star.
State attorney Jennifer Hudson said Converse
implemented business transactions after receiving the restraining order.
The heavy metal icons have partnered with the footwear giants to create a new Converse
Chuck Taylor All Star Black Sabbath sneaker collection, Contactmusic reported.
It's only an initiative of the Converse
brand to position itself close to its target market.
Elizabeth Fleming, President of Converse
College, the keynote address was delivered by Dr.
They also have a range of exclusive products from some of our top brands including Clarks, Converse
and Fred Perry to name but a few that will drop through the year.
, the shoe company and apparel maker, has agreed to a roughly 7,000 s/f sublease at 560 Broadway in Soho in what will be its first Manhattan store and one of the only retail locations the company has opened so far.
celebrates its 100th year in footwear, the All Star remains one of fashion's most iconic creations.
received his bachelor's degree from Kansas State University (KSU) in 1946 and his master's degree in 1947.
Didn't Hubba-Think rider Joel Tudor win the Converse
When Parker Converse
II goes home and tells his girlfriend that he's having "such a problem with Calista," or that "Jackson is being a bit obstreperous," she knows he's not talking about children or pets.
doesn't often get to show off his prize, a fully restored World War II-era fighter plane named for his pilot mother.
BOSTON--Eschewing broadcast media in favor of highly targeted buys in national magazines, Converse
has launched a brand-building campaign designed to link its diverse shoe lines through its existing "Stay true" tagline.
If you want to be part of the NBA experience, sign up for the Converse
3-on-3 tour, which comes to Battersea Park, London, on July 20-21.
Even as a kid, he saved up his lunch money so he could sport Converse
sneakers rather than the less costly (and decidedly less cool) "reject" brands.