Vans introduces unisex Colour Theory Collection

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Vans introduces unisex Colour Theory Collection

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Vans introduces unisex Colour Theory Collection

Image courtesy of Vans

Vans introduces unisex Colour Theory Collection

Image courtesy of Vans

Vans introduces unisex Colour Theory Collection

Image courtesy of Vans

Vans introduces unisex Colour Theory Collection

Image courtesy of Vans

Vans introduces unisex Colour Theory Collection

Image courtesy of Vans

Vans introduces unisex Colour Theory Collection

Image courtesy of Vans

Vans introduces unisex Colour Theory Collection

Image courtesy of Vans

Vans introduces unisex Colour Theory Collection

Image courtesy of Vans

Vans introduces unisex Colour Theory Collection

Image courtesy of Vans

Vans has just introduced the Color Theory collection – a range of unisex footwear and apparel “inspired by the beauty that comes from the creative output of individual expression.”

As the boundaries between mens and womenswear continue to blur, Vans has taken the next step and ditched all traditional gender representations in the collection. It “can be mixed and matched by anyone to define their own personal color spectrum,” says Vans.

Unisex footwear has been offered by Vans since 1996, so it makes perfect sense for it to apply the same thinking to a range of hoodies, crewnecks, tees and hats. The whole collection will be available in five colours – black, bleached apricot, corsair, dry rose and white – and will feature minimalistic logos and tonal checkerboard embroidery. Classic footwear icons – the Authentic, Classic Slip-On, Era, Sk8-Hi and Old Skool – will also be available to compliment the collection.

The Color Theory Collection will be available online and from Vans retail stores across Europe from 27 June 2018.

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