Rooted in youth culture, Chuck Taylor has been and will continue to be, an ever-lasting symbol — never a trend. Chuck is 100-years old, and still brand new. To bring the street style icon to today’s generation, the “Forever Chuck” campaign launched this past February as the first global initiative to serve the encapsulating spirit of youth. Taking over social media feeds, retail displays and digital commerce with engaging stylized images, the videos all told stories of Chuck’s rich history and bright future as a cultural mainstay.
Today, Converse officially debuts the most pinnacle piece to the story of Chuck. The “Forever Chuck” film is the crescendo of the campaign, an homage to a new generation defining culture and style. In it, Director Karim Huu Do creates a visual collage of the dreams and desires that drive people who wear Chucks.
The talent featured share Converse’s brand values and span a range of genres, appeal and notoriety and are collaborators who will focus on communicating compelling stories.
“The Chuck Taylor has been a cultural icon with a rich history and even more incredible future,” said Julien Cahn, Chief Marketing Officer at Converse. “Through the debut of our Forever Chuck film, we will have officially introduced our collective of exciting people, who share our brand values and are driving the spirit of youth culture forward.”
Forever Chuck Cast (in alphabetical order):
Millie Bobby Brown
Last Night in Paris