365 days in a 3-minute read. You’re welcome.

10) Converse x Grotesk
Plants. Animals. Tribal motifs. These are just some of the many details you can expect when Converse meets NYC-based artist and illustrator Grotesk. A formidable duo indeed.

9) Converse x Miley Cyrus

It’s glitter, spice and everything nice captured in a collection of shoes. Miley’s collaboration with Converse is… for lack of a better description: A rainbowland of glittery explosion. Did I mention the paisley bottom is a unisex collab?

8) Converse x Patta x Deviation

Converse joined forces with Patta and Deviation for a tribute to Europe’s popular nightclub culture. This three-piece collection experiments with different textures and tint of colours. If you are a party person, these are the kicks to look out for.

7) Converse CONS x Chocolate

Known for having one of the best styles in the skateboarding world, Kenny Anderson teams up with Converse to bring his smoothness from the streets to your shoes. The tongue of the canvas features artwork by Evan Hecox, Anderson’s go-to person for board graphics in the past.

6) Converse x COMME des GARÇONS

Translated from the French words “like boys, the Japanese fashion label, Comme des Garçons, found it’s way onto the canvas of your sneakers with the iconic red heart-shaped PLAY logo.

5) Converse x A$AP Nast

Incorporating materials from common mid-century textures, patterns and tones, Harlem’s A$AP teams up with Converse to bring visuals from the recording artist’s most memorable moment in design history.

4) Converse x Jordan

Paying homage to the Michael Jordan’s legacy in the early days of his career, Converse collaborates with Jordan Brand to release a two-sneaker pack called ‘2 That Started It All’.

3) Tyler, the Creator x Converse The Golf le Fleur

3 colourways: Jolly Green, Solar Power and Vanilla. Tyler, The Creator’s flower motif replaced Converse’s One Star and gave a bright, playful touch to the sneaker. Get this, there is a second installment coming up on 18th Jan 2018.

2) Converse x Virgil Abloh

Virgil Abloh, the creator of Off-White and numerous sneaker-related awards, has revamped the Converse Chuck 70 and made it his own. Part of the “Ghosting” series release, it embodies a translucent textile that elevated the Converse look.

1) Converse x JW Anderson

A sprinkle of logos, glitter and breathable mesh in 2 monochrome options is very simply what you get from this JW Anderson x Converse collaboration. And yet, that’s all it takes to be visually stunning.