Converse X Engineered Garments Collection

Friday, October 27, 2017

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Converse announces collaborative One Star Collection with Engineered Garments. Engineered Garments Creative Director and Founder, Daiki Suzuki issue a collection that reflects his personal journey and relationship with Converse and plays on his affinity to reinvent and reengineer, while keeping with the shoe’s iconic look.

The Converse x Engineered Garments One Star collection is available in four iterations of the classic One Star logo including the Star Chevron, Stars & Bars, and two variations for the customary star. Suzuki recalls a specific era for each style all representing silhouettes of his personal favorites from Converse. The collection is available in four premium leather colorways including Olive, Navy, White, and Black. Aligned with Suzuki’s ethos of conceptual design through experience, the collection provides a lense on Converse’s daring versatility through the years.

Engineered Garments Converse One Star collection in BLACK.

Engineered Garments Converse One Star collection in OLIVE.


Engineered Garments Converse One Star collection in NAVY.


And of course, my favorite, Engineered Garments Converse One Star in WHITE.

Founder,
Daiki Suzuki
says of the collaboration, “When approached with the project to work with Converse the idea came from wanting to tell a bit of the history of the company, first and foremost. Chuck Taylor, for us, is a perfect shoe that we weren’t sure we could add or subtract to, it remained almost unchanged all this time. The One Star or rather the iterations after the “Leather All Star” was a canvas we thought could be mined to create something new."

“For Nepenthes/Engineered Garments, we have played around with the idea of twisting ideas together, creating negative/positive’s in one pair of shoes. In attempting to create something new, we thought it would be best to start the relationship by revisiting the past and melding the first four (after that “Leather All Star”) models into one. Doing them all at once will have memories for some, seeing them come out when they did and for others, it will be a lesson on how things can change subtly over time. For myself, it represents my youth, memories I hold dear.”

The sneakers are leather-lined with an Engineered Garments branded logo illustrated on the shoe’s sock liner. Each pair is housed in Engineered Garments premium packaging with tonal cotton laces.

The debut Engineered Garments Converse One Star collection is exclusively available in Commonwealth, SM Aura for Php 5,990.

To know more about this collection, visit Converse Philippines website at www.converse.com.ph. Follow them on Facebook www.facebook.com/Converse.PH and Instagram @converse.ph. #ConversexEngineeredGarments 




About Converse
Converse Inc., based in Boston, Massachusetts, is a wholly owned subsidiary of NIKE, Inc. Established in 1908, the Converse brand has built a reputation as “America’s Original Sports Company”™ and has been associated with a rich heritage of legendary shoes such as the Chuck Taylor® All Star® shoe, the Jack Purcell® shoe and the One Star® shoe. Today, Converse offers a diverse portfolio including lifestyle men's, women's and children’s footwear, apparel and accessories and is sold globally by retailers in over 160 countries. For more information, please visit media.converse.com and follow @converse.

About Engineered Garments
Engineered Garments is created by NYC based Japanese designer Daiki Suzuki.  Daiki was inspired by his career in retail and later on in buying and sourcing product for the Japanese market. He has had stints designing for Woolrich’s Italian licensee holder, WP Lavori in Corso, with a niche line called Woolrich Woolen Mills. He founded Engineered Garments in 1999.   EG has a strong cult following among fashion and millennial consumers that love his new take on American Sportswear with a streetwear twist and has established him as a force in menswear fashion. EG is part of the Nepenthes Umbrella of brands with a flagship store called Nepenthes NY in nyc.


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