Models: Authentic, Sk8-Hi and Slip-On silhouettes
Key Features: All-over heavy canvas that mimics denim and is accented with denim patches that implement Japanese-inspired sashiko stitching, suede and leather accents, full-length vulcanized soles
Release Date: March 2018
Editor’s Notes: While these hand-beaded Vans by a Native American artist are a thing of beauty, Vans now presents another variation for three of its classic silhouettes that draw inspiration from traditional Japanese boro patchworking and sashiko stitching.
“This collection was inspired by the quilting technique that was typically found on clothing as a way to mend and repair garments for longevity,” said Vans Head of Classic Footwear Design, Angie Dita. “With boro patchwork comes beauty out of necessity. We wanted to showcase the sturdy construction with denim and heavy stitching on our heritage footwear models.”
The entire collection will be available at Van’s online shop and retail locations beginning this March.
Also, Vans drops summer-ready colorways of its most OG sneakers.
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