In 1917 Marquis M. Converse (to that time a modest manufacturer of rubber shoes) designed the All-Star basketball shoe. The shoe was the beginning of the almost legendary status that characterizes Converse for over 95 years. Chuck Taylor the ambassador, the man who's signature is processed in the logo of the All-Star, made ??the shoe popular in the relatively new sport of basketball. For years, Converse has been the official supplier of footwear in the NBA, the American Basketball Association. With the advent of Rock & Roll music in the '60s and '70s the All-Star became an absolute cult status. The original shoe was embraced by the youth movement and was a symbol
of the tough, rebellious image of the music flow. Converse has become an absolute style icon in the fashion industry. The classic All-Star shoe we wear today has become one of the most popular labels in the world. In the collection of shirts, sweaters, cardigans, tops and bags combines Converse Vintage Rock & Roll with his sporty origin. The result is a broad line of clothing reminiscent of the American High School looks. The classic All-Star serves now as a timeless cultural guardian, the classic shoe has countless creative designs, is only beautiful when he is faded and worn, and is thus already from the baby model indispensable in the shoe closet of both ladies and gentlemen!