The Vans brand, founded in 1966, has expanded far beyond its cult skater following and signature checkerboard prints. High-end retailer Opening Ceremony has teamed up with Vans once again, reformulating the aforementioned print in two distinct ways to deliver four new Vans Authentic models.
Opening Ceremony covers the uppers of two Authentics, among the frequent collaborator with Vans since 2014, one in Baja Blue and the other in Orchid—with a unique quilted design. The vamp witness a quilted diamond pattern reminiscent of the iconic checkerboard. Elsewhere, stitches of the quilt following curvy, concave lines, create a contrast. The second style devised by the New York-headquartered brand wraps the entirety of the shoe in a pattern of repeated animals, including midsole. The black pair features white leopards throughout, while the red pair opts for snakes, a balance of positive of negative space.
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