Chuck Taylors' new designs were unveiled today by Converse. It's the first time in 98 years!
Check out how the rock stars style their Chucks and get some major inspo before the new line of "Chuck II's" hits stores.
The Ramones always wore Chucks. It didn't matter what they were doing. They were a band with a uniform and it included the iconic tennis shoe. A classic rock and roll look, fit for both genders.
Green Day folowed in the Ramones' footsteps in many ways, but quite literally with their taste in shoes. Green Day sport all colors and variations of the shoes. Hi-and low tops are welcome by all members. Play around with formal looks and swap your dress shoes and heels for a pair of Chucks to get their rock and roll edge.
New pop starlet Meghan Trainor showcased Chuck Taylors in her viral smash, "All About That Bass." Less rock, more bubble gum, but still a cute look for nearly any girl.
Fall Out Boy are also a huge fan of the shoes, which appear on the cover of their Fueled By Ramen debut, "Take This To Your Grave".
An extremely famous fan of them was Kurt Cobain, who sported Chuck Taylor's during nearly every live performance Nirvana put on.
Joan Jett is a female rocker who knows how to work a leather jacket and the signature rock and roll shoe. Her messy-chic look is still fantastic and can work for the runway or the sidewalk.
I'm no famous rock star, but I still love these shoes!
The new Chuck Taylor's will feature an extra cushion in the sole and a streamlined design, I wear them every day and on stage. Love these shoes.
Are you excited for the new design?