Vans Japan has unveiled its lookbook for FW16, which features an impressive amount of different styles, colors and materials on some of its classic silhouettes.

The Slip-On receives a number of new looks including satin editions with Japanese embroidery in collaboration with Rollicking, some fuzzy-textured fur-like ones in collaboration with Magical Mosh Mishfits, and a third set that are canvas-built with printed graphics. There is also a Stan Smith-like strapped Fable2 and a new iteration of the Era with a rubber toecap. The rest of the collection is made up of a variety of takes on the Sk8-Hi, the Old Skool, the Old Skool EZ, and the Chukka.

Head over to ABC-MART to shop select pairs, and watch out for the rest of the collection to drop later this summer.

Meanwhile, Parisian store Club 75 has linked up with Vans to celebrate its first anniversary.

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