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The Vans x Opening Ceremony Collection Has Dropped

The perfect addition to your wardrobe this Spring.

POSTEDBYMARESE O'HAGAN

If you’re searching for the next additions to your wardrobe, Vans have dropped the collaboration for you.

The iconic shoe brand has released their latest collaboration with Opening Ceremony, a fashion house they first forged a partnership with in 2014. Since then the two brands have continued to drop innovative shared collections while maintaining their seminal styles.

Their latest drop includes a range of Vans apparel with an Opening Ceremony twist. Inspired by the classic Vans checkerboard design, Opening Ceremony founders Carol Lim and Humberto Leon revive the pattern with repeated snake and leopard print to create a wholly original collection.

Aside from footwear, the collection pieces also include tracksuit-inspired jackets with hidden hoods and roomy tote bags for all your essential items.

And it doesn’t stop there- the collection introduces a second footwear drop of all-over quilted sneakers with an Opening Ceremony patch on each heel, available in orchid and baja blue.

The collection hit stores on February 19th and is available at Vans retail locations and wholesale partners.

Shop the Vans x Open Ceremony collection here.

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