Vans Color Theory Collection
Confirming an increasingly widespread tendency, Vans finally breaks the boundaries between genders by dropping a colorful line of unisex apparel and sneakers. Vans "Color Theory" draws inspiration from creative output and individual expression to suggest a massive assortment of oversize products that are no longer gender-based. Read more…
The latest Van Doren effort enlists short sleeve T-shirts, sweats and longsleeve tees worked out in five summer-ready shades, namely black, bleached apricot, corsair, dry rose, and white. Both tees and sweatshirts boast a loose cut featuring an embroidered tonal logo based on Vans checkered pattern and placed right in the middle of items above. We're talking about an essential and therefore versatile line, consisting of plain gears to match at will in order to let everyone show their own personality. Vans has championed unisex footwear and clothing since the brand's bird in 1966: the Cali-based brand has always been committed to dismantling prejudices and social barriers since the very beginning, and Vans "Color Theory" fall into the the same mood. Both Vans Authentic and Sk8 Hi display a solid canvas upper placed atop the traditional waffle-patterned gum sole, whereas the latter are decked out with suede overlays. In an age where borders between fashion and streetwear continue to blur, Vans blends two allegedly opposite worlds together in a dope street fashion collection. Choose Vans "Color Theory" and unleash your nature with Graffitishop!