Vans teams with Liberty of London on new collection

Footwear and apparel collaboration for women uses Liberty of London fabrics.

Vans has collaborated with Liberty of London on a fresh range of apparel and footwear for women for spring.

The Vans Made with Liberty collection launches globally this month and includes three hand-drawn or hand-painted floral prints from Liberty of London on a tapered version of Vans’ Old Skool silhouette, reported Fashion United.

In addition, women’s apparel and accessories utilise the dark floral motif found on the tapered Old Skool. Highlights include a utilitarian style jacket with a collarless shell jacket, complemented with tonal checkerboard pocket detailing and Liberty fabrics floral pocket and cuff lining.

The checkerboard and patchwork patterns are also seen in the Vans x Liberty t-shirt and sweatshirt range.

Meanwhile, accessories include a canvas mini bag and a checker panel bucket hat, each featuring the Vans and Liberty of London logos.

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