THE NEW SHAPE DOESN'T DISCRIMINATE: Converse's Shapes Collection
Text by Kee | Photo courtesy of Converse
Converse's 'Shapes' collection will be launched this summer

In the Chuck Taylor All Star, Converse gave us one of the most widely known unisex footwear on the planet when it debuted nearly a century ago. This summer, the manufacturer is making another bold move inspired by the same values it held in designing its Chuck Taylor All Star collections. Named Shapes, it is the first time that the label is making genderless apparel that caters to a variety of body shapes, answering the rallying cry for fashion to be more inclusive. This means there’s no longer a need to flip through a rack knowing if they made this in your size or if the fit doesn’t match the label. In addition, the apparel will also be made from recycled cotton and virgin cotton.

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