feature: the Converse Lucky Star is back after 60 years!
Converse Spring Summer 2019 brings us some serious goodies which includes a special silhouette that's back after 60 years! The Converse Lucky Star in both hi and low cut styles are rooted in the brands classic Chuck Taylor range, which has been around for over 100 years.
Converse All Star was first introduced at the turn of the 19th century and built clever rubber soled sneakers to support basketball players. With its heavy cotton upper and iconic vibrant white stitiching the brand was pushed to the forefront and instinctively became a staple of American footwear styling. Who do you know that has never owned a pair of Converses? From Pulp Fiction to the Breakfast Club, the Converse sneaker is a household staple which continuously rises in popularity generation after generation.
Now, fast forward to the late 60's and the brand introduces a new style, the Chuck Taylor Lucky Star. Built with an all-new toe bumper and a super durable heavy cotton upper, the Lucky Star reinvented the classic converse shape and has since followed in its shadows. With a more classic shape toe box, the Lucky Star is for those who want to stand out from the crowd!
The Converse Lucky Star Hi is available in three colours, whilst the Oxford version is celebrated at pam pam in the classic and clean, Black/Egret colourway. Shop our entire new selection of Converse at www.pampamlondon.com!