Brand: Converse

Season: Summer 2018

Key Pieces: The matching hoodie and track pant is a perfect summer fit while showcasing your pride, and the range of footwear makes a statement, especially the Chuck Taylor All Star Platform Hi that is guaranteed to make you taller.

Editor’s Notes: LGBTQ pride is in full effect in June, and to further celebrate, Converse has unveiled its respective Pride collection designed by Miley Cyrus.

Encompassing footwear and apparel, the sneaker lineup is comprised of the Chuck Taylor All Star Platform Hi enhanced with a multi-color stack inspired by the Pride Flag and Happy Hippie Foundation logo, a Chuck 70 Hi with multi panel striped uppers, and the Chuck Taylor All Star donning a litter polka dot printed canvas upper.

The range of apparel consists of a pullover hoodie and track pant detailed with the Happy Hippie Foundation logo, and rainbow glitter stripe detailing down the sleeves and legs. In addition, a glitter polka dot tee, and matching hat rounds out the offerings.

With prices ranging from $45 USD to $110 USD, the entire line is now available for purchase on Converse's online store and select retailers. Additionally, all net proceeds of the Converse Pride Collection will support LGBTQ+ youth community partners globally, including the Happy Hippie Foundation, It Gets Better Project, Minus 18 and RainbowYOUTH.

Also, just last month, Miley Cyrus unveiled her debut Converse collection.

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