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Converse Celebrates LA Street Culture Leading Up to All-Star Weekend

Converse is set to launch their latest collaboration inspired by their LA street culture leading up to NBA All-Star Weekend.

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The collaborators – ROKIT, Babylon, RSVP Gallery, and CLOT each approached the same creative brief from Converse – choose two classic Converse court styles – Chuck 70, Fastbreak and One Star CC — and apparel, and pick one pop color of your choice to convey the brands’ aesthetic and POV on LA.

Babylon LA, Rokit, RSVP Gallery and CLOT footwear ranges from $110 to $120 and apparel ranges from $45 to $150 and will be available February 10th on Converse.com and at Converse Santa Monica and select retailers globally.

Converse LA All-Star Collection

Converse LA All-Star Collection

Converse LA All-Star Collection

Converse LA All-Star Collection

Converse LA All-Star Collection

Converse LA All-Star Collection

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