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Tyler, the designer knows shoes. And with more than 15 shoe collaborations under her belt (in addition to six chart-topping albums), some might say the multi-hyphenate artist traverses the fashion industry as natively as the music scene at this stage. Now he’s back with an all-new silhouette for Converse, part of an ongoing collaboration between the footwear company and the rapper’s streetwear label.
Its new design, called GLF 2.0, incorporates the iconic colors of Golf le Fleur but replaces them the flower pattern found on the original design for bold color blocking. The limited-edition collection, which dropped Thursday morning, is available in both oil/bison green and curry/copper tan, each for $110.
Shop the all-new GLF 2.0s below, plus Tyler’s best shoe designs.
An evolved version of the original all-suede GLF design, the GLF 2.0 features both scalloped and flowing lines – a signature of the Converse x Golf le Fleur collaborations. Overall, however, the new sneak features a fresh silhouette, with suede overlays and lively outsoles that combine an old-school court aesthetic with contemporary construction.
Golf Wang Chuck 70 Python
The low Chuck 70s gets a stylish update with a snakeskin leather print offered in pink and blue hues.
Converse x Golf Le Fleur Quilted Velvet
These iconic Chuck 70s come wrapped in a royal mauve colourway, featuring signature Golf Le Fleur branding to the side, an embroidered white logo to the tongue, white laces and a white midsole. Additionally, the pairs are finished with a floral print on the sole. If high tops are too associated with bold color, you can also opt for the quilted design of Converse’s low-top One Stars.
Converse x Golf Le Fleur Blue Flames
His 2019 “Flames” collaboration is one of his most distinct Converse designs to date, featuring bold orange flames that have now become a signature visual for the artist, who has used it extensively in the in-house line. of Golf Wang after its initial showcase. on her 2015 album cover for “Cherry Bomb.” Unsurprisingly, the coveted piece is still sold out almost everywhere online, but if you really want it, it might be worth bidding now before it gets even hotter in the years to come.