Not too many brands can team up with Converse for a collaborative project and boast a sartorial pedigree to match the iconic sneaker brand, but London’s Bunney has managed it.

As a jewelry label, Bunney had to draft an outside source for textiles, and that source turned out to be Linton Tweeds, the Carlisle based fabric manufacturers that have supplied some of the biggest names in couture fashion for over a century.

On their maiden, collaborative voyage, Converse and Bunney worked with the Jack Purcell, an appropriate choice given the silhouette’s reputation as the casual sneaker that you can wear someplace proper.

The Converse x Bunney Jack Purcell comes in a white tweed classic lace up style and a grey tweed slip on variant. Both styles are lined with pink leather and feature grosgrain ribbon on the rear of the shoe.

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