South Korean label ADERERROR first teamed up with Converse earlier this year, presenting its own take on the iconic Chuck 70 silhouette with a deconstructed aesthetic. Following on from its “Create Next: The New is not New” tagline, the design duo are back with another instalment of their successful partnership.
Introducing two new Chuck 70 styles, the collaboration kicks off with a Chuck 70 Hi, crafted in an off-white and blue color palette. Leaning into the distressed aesthetic, the shoes feature scattered graphics and a worn-in finish, complete with what appear to be splashes of paint and patches.
Elsewhere, we see ADERERROR offer its creative expertise for the Chuck 70 Low, landing with a bright blue upper contrasted by off-white accents. Boasting cut-up bits of canvas around the shoe’s eyelets alongside a beige sole unit, the design is rounded out by the same erratic splashes of paint and line work, giving off an aged appearance.
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