After the success of previous collaborations, Converse and The Soloist offer a total white and a total black version of the Converse All-Star Disrupt, a model that reinterprets the US company’s most famous silhouette. It features flashy and captivating modifications, such as the heel, which is generally more discreet, increasing its volume with very contemporary rubber inserts.
As for the upper, the canvas construction is relatively simple and similar to the classic Chuck, but once again with some alterations, such as the “Hello! I am The Soloist. Since 2010” tagline printed alongside the lace eyelets, enhancing futher the Japanese brand. The toe cap is reinforced with stronger materials, while the classic Converse logos stand out on one side of the shoe’s neck and on the heel.
Visionary Japanese designer Takahiro Miyashita, born in Tokyo in 1973, initially stands out as a fashion buyer, then launches his Number (N) ine brand in 1996, sells it in 2009 and move on to a new project that has allowed him to express yourself with the utmost freedom: TAKAHIROMIYASHITA TheSoloist, famous for its asymmetrical cuts and the unique characteristics of its creations, the same qualities that we find in the collaboration with Converse.