Jack Purcell X Offday Pop Up Store Collaboration.

Converse Malaysia is proud to announce its Jack Purcell Pop Up Store that were take over Offday Bangsar located at Jalan Telawi 3 on 21st August 1, 2014. This is also to showcase the newest range of The Converse Jack Purcell “Cross-Stitch”.

Me n my hubby!


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WOW meh?
This pop-up store serves as a visual curation of Irman Hilmi’s Offday retail experimentation; where it specialises in capturing the old-school appeal in premium menswear with a little bit of punk rock influence that work hand-in-hand with Converse Jack Purcell’s old school appeal with the ala-Americana direction. This was a good collaboration to be witnessed.

In that store also you can found so many unique and cranky things that will make ‘ahh’ and ‘wahh’ and say “naissss”… It such a great store that made my hubby truely felt excited to walk in…

Some of the collection in store

We also had a great refreshment with a very nice brew coffee from the ExpressoLab.. They also offer a coffee workshop during that time where we can try to make our own coffee… Thumbs up!

How do you like your coffee?

 

My latte!

The food!

Before the lauching of the new Fall Collection we were entertained by the performance of Ray Cheong with a great performance that really suit my latte that evening..hihi

Ray Cheong

Meanwhile I still go crazy checking out those items in the store!


After a giveaway session which I didn’t manage to win the Jack Purcell Voucher (sob.sob.sob) they are starting the ceremony whereas Jack Purcell Pop Up curator Irman Hilmi along with Eddie Lim unveiling the wall of Jack Purcell Cross Stitch and other Fall Season Jack Purcell. 
Eddie Lim and Irman Hilmi during the lauching

The Fall 2014 Converse Jack Purcell sneaker collection introduces the all-new Converse Jack Purcell Cross Stitch – a waxed cotton cross-stitch detail – outfitted in leather, a core texture for seasonal dressing. The premium and quality leather materials and subtle stitching details in the sneaker collection are refined and built with all around comfort. 

RM189.90

the cross stitch!

RM279.90

Whilst everyone has heard of Converse, Jack Purcell has been around creating sneakers since 1935. The classic sneaker with its iconic “smile” toecap perfected the brand as a household favourite stylish sneaker. Converse Jack Purcell has been moving the brand into the vintage-classy direction and re-outfitted in sophisticated soft tumbled leather. 


After the official launching I were rushed to get back home because of my husband auntie just passed away and they need to heading back to Terengganu.. But then I had a great time during the event. TQ Jack Low for inviting me… 🙂

everyone oso got free bracelet! Wee!!!


The goodies!

To see it yourself you can go head to the 17A, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar or others Converse Malaysia outlets and do check out Converse Malaysia Facebook for latest updates!
Follow @theoffday on instagram peeps!


After all, shoes are boring wear sneakers!

Shamiera Osment

About Converse

Converse Inc., based in N. Andover, Massachusetts, is a wholly owned subsidiary of NIKE, Inc. Established in 1908, the Converse brand has built a reputation as “America’s Original Sports Company”™ and has been associated with a rich heritage of legendary shoes such as the Chuck Taylor All Star shoe, the Jack Purcell shoe and the One Star shoe. Today, Converse offers a diverse portfolio including premium lifestyle men’s and women’s footwear and apparel. Converse product is sold globally by retailers in over 160 countries and through 83 company-owned retail locations in the U.S. For more information, visit Converse on the web at media.converse.com.

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