Firms are figuring out logistics as they work remotely.
The California-based apparel brand crossed $1 million in sales in its first year in business and is opening its first store in Los Angeles.
Called Converse Shapes, the collection was designed for different body shapes rather than genders.
Cindy Crawford was recently signed to be the face of the women’s brand.
At its peak, the brand had sales of around $200 million.
The company has partnered with the Palm Beach Lately blog and lifestyle brand.
The booming sports label is extending the crossover effort with the designer to include at least two more collections.
The company partnered with Stadium Goods on its sneaker drops this week that also will include a seven-day auction.
Just under 20 percent of the brand’s sales come from apparel and include collaborations with Jean-Charles de Castelbajac and Tommy Hilfiger.