Classic black Chuck Taylors get a makeover in the form on a print of Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry and a bold splash of neon pink for the Blondie Converse kicks.
Harry herself expressed her admiration for the brand and the seemingly inevitable collaboration telling Sping magazine, "These shoes are so associated with rock n roll... it seemed logical that we would work together." The Blondie Converse Chuck Taylors will retail for a limited time at $110.
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- By: Marissa LiuApr 15, 2010