Converse x GOLF le FLEUR* Introduces Quilted Velvet Pack
In the next chapter of Tyler The Creator’s partnership with Converse the pair have announced their latest release which pushes the fabric of quilted velvet as the statement. The partnership originally began in 2017 and has seen success from a consumer and brand standpoint.
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Through time they both have experimented with materials such as suede, leather and burlap so going for a new base as quilted velvet should be no surprise. Tyler’s focus through this release is to make luxe style accessible and personalised.
The capsule release features a Converse One Star and Chuck Taylor 70, each crafted in three colourways of quilted velvet, finished with a monotone Tyler flower motif and embroidered with GOLF le FLEUR* branding.
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The Converse x GOLF le FLEUR* Quilted Velvet collection is available from Converse and their selected flagships, Area 51 Wellington, Hype DC and Loaded NZ from May 17 for an RRP of $160 NZD.
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