Converse Malaysia launch Jack Purcell Fall 2014 Collection @ The Offday, Bangsar

Irman Hilmi & Eddie Lim with Jack Purcell Cross Stitch at Converse x Offday popup launch kl malaysia

Converse’s new range of Jack Purcell Cross-Stitch sneakers pop up at The Offday, Bangsar

Launched on 21st of August at the local fashion artist and curator Irman Hilmi’s boutique The Offday in Kuala Lumpur, Converse Jack Purcell Fall 2014 Collection is now available in Malaysia and the Cross-Stitch sneakers are looking classy and, for the lack of a better word, “adorable” at the same time – outfitted in premium & quality leather (which makes it look totally elegant and most probably waterproof) with cute little cross-stitches at the side of the laces and a thick “smiling” line on each toecap.

Converse Jack Purcell Fall 2014 Cross Stiches black

Converse Jack Purcell Cross-Stitch is the hero of the Fall 2014 for Jack Purcell’s range – a waxed cotton cross-stitch detail – outfitted in leather, a core texture for seasonal dressing. The premium and quality leather materials and subtle stitching details in the sneaker collection are refined and built with all around comfort.

Whilst everyone has heard of Converse, Jack Purcell has been around creating sneakers since 1935. The classic sneaker with its iconic “smile” toecap perfected the brand as a household favourite stylish sneaker. Converse Jack Purcell has been moving the brand into the vintage-classy direction and re-outfitted in sophisticated soft tumbled leather.

The launch venue, The Offday, is in the centre of Bangsar’s Jalan Telawi 3 (on top of another shop, go up through the stairs beside it). Going with the theme of classic old-school vibe and do-it-yourself culture with a hint of neo-punk rock, the Jack Purcell Pop-up Store offers the visual curation of Irman Hilmi’s retail experimentation. Go check it out when you’re shopping for some new clothes or fashion accessories.

The OffDay fashion shop Bangsar KL Malaysia

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