Let’s discover the Converse x Feng Chen Wang Chuck 2-in-1.
Feng Chen Wang, a Chinese designer born in London, is part of a new generation of emerging fashion talents from China. Describing her aesthetic as “future-modern, authentic and multidimensional“, Feng focuses on the deconstructive design approach, creating functional yet conceptual and personal unisex clothing, closely linked to his life experiences and Chinese culture.
After the success of previous collaborations with Converse, which saw the restyling of the Pro-Leather and Jack Purcell models, this time it is the turn of the iconic Chuck Taylor.
The Chuck 2-in-1 by Feng Chen Wang come in two colour combinations, one black and white and the other orange and white, which take inspiration from the “My Half” collection: proposing two distinct halves of sneakers fused the one with the other, the designer reminds us how the unique parts of our identity come together to complement each other.
This reinterpretation breaks the iconic Chuck design and reassembles it in an organic canvas construction with two-tone canvas lining, an exaggerated sole divided into quadrants with unique double foxing, an OrthoLite insole and the logos of both brands, present on the back and on the laces.
The Converse x Chen Feng Wang 2-in-1 are available on the Chen Feng Wang official website at the price of €160.
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