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Converse by John Varvatos and Jack Purcell Fall 2013

Converse by John Varvatos and Jack Purcell Fall 2013

Whether they’re celebs on the red carpet, or city slickers racing down the pavement, Converse continues to captivate. The new Fall 2013 Jack Purcell and Converse by John Varvatos collections offer an effortless and edgy vibe to the classic kicks. Girls, these are not just your bf’s shoes, as these unisex collections offers a range of patterns and popping colors. If you prefer the worn in look, without all the work, then the Jack Purcell collection is right up your alley.

Release your inner rebel with the Converse by John Varvatos shoes, as the steel plates and snakeskin uppers on the Chuck Taylor All Star shape adds a bit of sass to the closet staple.

Converse Jack Purcell Collection FW13 Wash Drizzle fashiondailymag 1

Offering distressed detailing in a combo of candy colors and patterns, the Jack Purcell collection gives life to the vintage vibe. The line’s iconic duck canvas, leather detailing, and woven textiles are updated thanks to red hot hues such as chili pepper, golden flame, and blue mykonos. For those fancy get togethers, pair the LP Wash Check with a gray suit to turn a few heads at a party. Mix and match the laces to add an extra shock of color to any laid back look.

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Swap your high heels for some high tops with the Converse by John Varvatos collection. Never compromise on quality, as the All Star Double Zip and Zip Off supplies that lux feel, but in a lax way. From leathers to steel plates on the heels to smoky washes, the foot wear raises the quality, but still keeps it functional. The debut of the All Star Boot truly shines in this collection. From the red, look at me zippers to even having a fold over feature, we simply can’t wait till they hit shelves July 1st. fdmLOVES CONVERSE | JOHN VARVATOS  selects by Brigitte Segura, Written by Mary Anderson.

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