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Tyler, The Creator’s Golf le Fleur Releasing Januray 18

Tyler, the Creator continues his collaborative relationship with Converse with a fresh release for the year. After a series of popular One Star collaborations last year and his first Golf le Fleur signature in November, the musician’ signature look is peeped for spring with a pastel release. Done in Ink Blue, the sneaker uses suede uppers with two-toned logos. The musicians custom floral logo takes center stage, it comes embroidered above the One Star’s iconic star cut-out.  The distinctly customized insoles are unique to the artist  and converse’s, eccentric aesthetic. An off-white midsole and an orange-based flower print at the bottom rounds out the look of the sneaker. Accompanying the sneaker is  an apparel capsule, that features Golf le Fleur branding on the T-shirts and hoodies. These are releasing in store at rime locations on January 18, but will be available at midnight at the start of Wednesday the 18th on rimency.com.Screen Shot 2018-01-15 at 4.04.01 PM Screen Shot 2018-01-15 at 4.10.48 PM Screen Shot 2018-01-15 at 4.10.55 PM Screen Shot 2018-01-15 at 4.11.13 PM

Converse And Tyler, The Creator’s One Star X Golf Le Fleur

Tyler, The Creator and Converse’s collaborative relationship is one that celebrates  freedom of expression through designs that reflect the confidence, spirit and creativity of Tyler. The One Star x Golf le Fleur collection features an array of color-ways of the One Star suede sneaker. The classic suede One Star x Golf le Fleur silhouettes come in Airway Blue, Peach Pearl, Sulphur and Fuchsia Glow with an interchangeable set of tonal laces. They have flower stitching around the star, an embroidered bee logo on the heel, a debased Golf le Fleur logo on the shoe’s tongue and Golf le Fleur art on the sock liner and outsole. The sock liner and outsole boasts messages from Tyler that read, “Don’t let ‘em kill your flowers, water your garden and stunt.” His Flower Boy album cover is printed on the insole of the sneakers. The dusty-pastel-hued sneakers are evidence that the rapper is exploring a more bubbly mood, which mirrors his latest music’s happier tone, demonstrated on his most recent album. The flowery color-ways are nice for the summer and their side construction allows them to seamlessly transition into fall.  These will be available at rime locations on August 3rd. 

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