This rave-inspired, elevated platform take on the One Star Low serves as the centerpiece for the Converse x MadeMe Collection.
Inspired by the spirit of Downtown NYC, the energy of the Riot Grrrl movement, and early 90s subcultures, MadeMe is a brand that champions a by-girls for-girls style that deviates from the male-dominated sportswear market. Converse and MadeMe have now teamed up for a capsule collection that merges MadeMe's inimitable cool-girl style with the iconic One Star of Converse.
Since its groundbreaking debut in 1974, there has been no branch of modern style that hasn't been informed by the One Star. Originally built for the basketball court, its boldness was later adopted and owned by the independents. Constantly reimagined by those on the fringes, it remains unstoppable. Some shoes get lost in history. One Star bends history towards it.
Item: WMNS Converse x Madema One Sar Platform Low Top - Black
Sizing: US Womens
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