Converse teams with Andy Warhol Foundation for new line of trainers

Converse has joined forces with the Andy Warhol Foundation to launch a new line of trainers inspired by some the artist’s most iconic creations.

The range includes colourful pop art designs based on Warhol’s Marilyn Diptych and the Brillo Pad series.

‘Inspired by his timeless work, Converse has created new expressions of Warhol designs on classic Converse styles,’ read a statement from Converse.

‘The collection aims to inspire us to push society’s boundaries with our creative spirits.’ 

Check out the range below:

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