Where and when to buy the new JW Anderson x Converse collaboration

Posted: 24 July 2018 9:58 am
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Get ready for a new pair of sneakers that will put all others to shame.

Converse is without a doubt the cool kid of the playground. The brand's back to back collabs are producing absolute fire results and we're digging it.

The Miley Cyrus collaboration was enough to turn our heads but this JW Anderson line has us screaming "take my money!".

It isn't the first time the brand has collaborated with JW Anderson but the first line wasn't available in Australia and we had to mourn the loss. Fortunately, this round two edition will be available for Aussies to spend their quality dollarydoos on.

There will be two separate collections included in the footwear collaborations. The first is the Grid Collection and the second is the Toy Collection and both will be available Down Under.

In the Grid Collection, you'll find white, red and black high top sneakers with "JW Anderson" plastered all over the sneaker.

The Toy Collection looks like converse and a packet of Skittles had a love child. It consists of a range of high top and low top converse sneakers so you can really fulfil your shopping desires. If it's not enough to set your heart alight with old school giddiness, the sole of these shoes are a pastel rainbow gradient. I know, it's overwhelming.

So when and where can you buy the collections?

The best part about these two collections is that you can actually get your hands on them now! The JW Anderson and Converse sneaker collaboration officially launched on 19 July and you can shop them directly from Converse or check out our list of official stockists. The Toy Collection sneakers retail for $200, and the Grid Collection for $140.

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