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Topic: Converse

How 5 Sports and Shoe Brands Are Convincing Millennials to Lace Up

Converse, Asics aim for 'actions and authenticity' in marketing

Millennials famously crave deeper, meaningful involvement with the world around them—and they often view athletic footwear, apparel and gear as a means of strengthening that connection and enhancing their personal…

Converse Invites You to Climb, and Dangle Your Feet Off, a 75-Story Skyscraper

Mobile game is set in the sky

If you're afraid of heights, Converse's new mobile game is not for you.  A new ad for the footwear brand features climbers Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov, who've made headlines in…

This Experiential Marketing Shop Creates Immersive Work for People Who Hate Advertising

Say OK is there for the haters

Specs Who Founding partner Casey Conway What Experiential agency Where Los Angeles and Seattle If you've been to Sundance or South by Southwest this year, you may have come across Say OK's work. The…

This Interactive Split-Screen Film From Converse Is a Valentine's Ad You Can Actually Stand

An intriguing look at artist couples

Converse is out with a three-minute bit of artistic voyeurism ... and it's great. Titled "Lovesick: Converse Couples," the commercial puts split-screen to exceptional use, telling the stories of dancers, drag…

This Bicoastal Shop Takes Digital Into the Real World for Brands

Guild has done experiential work for Nars and Microsoft

Specs Who From left: Partner Sam Ewen and partners and co-founders Jeffrey Hatfield and Peter Brown What Digital creative agency Where New York, Portland, Los Angeles After studying art in college and working together to…

Converse Blows Up Chuck II to Show Off the New Sneaker's Snazzy Insides

But a culture-focused spot doesn't have the same impact

Converse's Chuck Taylor II All-Stars debut with a bang, literally, in the Nike brand's "Ready for More" campaign touting its highly anticipated line extension. Ad agency Anomaly and visual-effects firm Framestore…

Converse Unveils the Chuck Taylor II. Here's What It Looks Like, and How They'll Market It

Famous sneaker gets an upgrade, but it's optional

Converse gives its product line a fresh kick today, as the Nike brand unveils a new version of its iconic rubber-toed, canvas Chuck Taylor sneaker. Dubbed the Chuck Taylor All Star…

How Doug Ellin Turned Entourage Into the New Paragon of Product Placement

A seamless collaboration of brands and bros

For filmmaker Doug Ellin, who is as passionate about cars as he is movies, it was love at first sight. A few years ago, Ellin—creator of HBO's brilliant Hollywood send-up Entourage…

How David Maddocks Is Putting a Spring in Cole Haan’s Step

Converse marketing all-star updates a heritage brand

When Nike plunked down $305 million for a slightly down-at-the-heel Converse in 2003, it tasked David Maddocks with getting the brand back in the running. (He did, helping to increase…

Converse Hires a New Agency to Plan and Buy Media

PHD wins review

Converse has hired a new agency to plan and buy its media in North America. PHD, a unit of Omnicom Group, has inherited the business from MediaVest after a review, sources…

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