Converse Drops Warhol-Themed Sneakers That Glow in the Dark

Andrew LaSane
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Attaining Andy Warhol's level of cool may be impossible for mere mortals, but dressing in his art is a step in the right direction. For its third collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation, Converse recently unveiled a new collection of sneakers and apparel inspired by the pop artist's "Cow" wallpaper and "Flowers" screenprints from the 1960s. The graphics are bold and bright and, taking inspiration from Warhol's black light paintings, each piece in the collection glows in the dark.

Officially dubbed the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Andy Warhol Collection, it includes a pair of high tops with a pink, red, and orange floral print, high tops with a large cow graphic, low tops with a black-and-white floral print, and low tops with repeated cow graphics. There are also floral T-shirts for those who like to match. The shoes range from $65 to $85 and are available on the Converse website and at select Converse stores now.

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[h/t Mashable]