South Korean fashion label ADER ERROR has been carving out a distinct space in the global fashion industry through collaborative efforts and establishing its own footwear line. Launched just a few months ago in April, the brand's sneakers quickly made their mark, reinforcing ADER ERROR's reputation for innovation in the sneaker space. After a short hiatus, ADER ERROR returns to the collaborative ring with a two-pair pack of Chuck 70s in partnership with Converse.
Building on a limited release from earlier in the year, the brands are set to bring their Chuck 70 collaboration to a broader audience. The collection features high-top and low-top versions of the iconic Converse silhouette, designed to reflect ADER ERROR's unique approach, encapsulated in their motto: "but near missed things." This philosophy embraces overlooked details and employs them in an intentionally distressed and deconstructed aesthetic.
The ADER ERROR x Converse Chuck 70 High takes this approach to an extreme, featuring purposefully worn detailing, torn canvas, intricate darning, and graffiti-like graphic embellishments. In contrast, the low-top version is more restrained, its primary deviation from the classic "Imperial Blue" upper being bold paint splashes on the sole.
ADER ERROR’s reinterpretation of the Converse Chuck 70 offers a fresh, avant-garde twist on a beloved classic. Both styles will be available on Converse.com and at selected retailers from August 1st.