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Converse release special Notting Hill Carnival footwear

To celebrate Notting Hill Carnival this Bank Holiday Weekend, British musicians Lady Leshurr and Clara Amfo have created their own pairs of Converse Custom Chuck Taylor All Stars inspired by the legendary celebration and its roots, which will be available to buy on Converse.com over Carnival weekend.

As well as the Carribean colours covering a pair of Converse, there's also bright yellow hi-tops as well as a giraffe-esque print, drawing on the rich and colourful heritage of one of London's biggest and wildest cultural celebrations.

Converse Custom is a customisation tool on Converse.com letting people create a truly one-of-a-kind pair of Chuck Taylor All Stars.



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