These are some pretty dope Converse, in my opinion. Low tops are beginning to really grow on me and I think that this is a pair of low tops that happen to be on the top of my list. The simplistic feel to these Converse mixed with the slip of effect mixed with the pointed toe equals a great pair of low top sneakers. I love ’em, especially the the white and cream colorway.
As part of their on-going collaboration with John Varvatos, Converse presents a nice new silhouette, the CVO Wingtip Slip. This low top sneaker comes without laces and has a slightly more pointy toe box than your usual pair of Converse sneakers. This sneaker comes in two canvas/suede versions and is now available here.
Also, click below to see more views of the Converse and to see an exclusive interview with the designer, John Varvatos.
Antenna Magazine recently spoke with American designer John Varvatos and discussed a number of topics ranging from his Converse partnership and his concern in maintaining the brand’s image to his location choice for his flagship store which occupies New York’s iconic CBGB space.