London-based streetwear brand Aries are known for their wayward collaborative touch when it comes to vans scarpe donna prezzo, doing away with the norm and creating wild iterations that match their aesthetic. For their latest, they were tapped by Vans to create a monster six-shoe colab that includes a slew of matching apparel and accessories.The collection has been dubbed ‘Go Your Own Way’, and shares the message of individuality that Aries definitely exudes through their wild collections. For this colab, they opted to use a ton of patterned uppers across a variety of Vans’ most iconic silhouettes.
ENFANTS RICHES DÉPRIMÉS, or ERD for short, is an LA-based conceptual luxury brand from the mind of Henri Alexander Levy. In less than a decade since the label’s 2012 founding, a combination of celebrity clout, punk visuals, and limited supply has kept demand and RRPs high. They’re no strangers to collaboration either, having just announced their fourth colab with Vans, again on the vans sk8 hi nere.ERD have again dressed up the Sk8-Hi in washed and lightly distressed black canvas befitting of the aesthetic that has made the brand so popular. This broken-in look is likely randomised for each pair, and they’re finished with extra attachments and graphics depicting edgy motifs.
Union are looking to vibe off their newfound collaborative clout, linking up with Vans yet again for an vans slip on comfycush sale, Slip-On and Authentic — all packed with ComfyCush technology.Celebrating Black History Month, the pack also nods to Union’s own history and an archival Vans drop. All three models make use of Union’s trademark ‘Kente Cloth’ print — known for its use on the retailer’s shopping bags, packing tape, stickers, and other in-house products — while ComfyCush down below makes for the cosiest of colabs.