Vault teams up with Maiden Noir for a very limited and very nappy Originals footwear collection.
Embroidered, satiny uppers in striking colors from Opening Ceremony and Vault.
Opening Ceremony dropped another collaboration on us today, this time with a Classics Slip On model. Available in three colors, camel, black, and grey, each pair is fitted with a fuzzy woolen upper that appears light and airy. Normal canvas liners and stripless foxing round out the collection.
The Opening Ceremony x Vans Slip On "Wool" Pack is available now from Opening Ceremony and are priced at $80 each. And just a heads up, their last collaboration sold out in a couple hours, so if you are on the fence with these, you might want to make a decision sooner than later.
Opening Ceremony and Vans Vault have been teaming up for sometime on some successful models. Today, OC announced four new exclusive colorways of the Sk8 Hi and Old Skool LX. This time around, you can take your choice of a tonal, all beige mock up or a white upper with gum sole. Dual branded sock liners finish the models off.
The Opening Ceremony x Vans Vault Sk8 Hi and Old Skool LX are available now exclusively from Opening Ceremony, both instore and online with prices ranging from $100-120.
Opening Ceremony and Vans have a history of collaborating on authentics with great prints, like the Magritte collection from 2014. OC chose to use their criss-crossed hand print on this shoe, which they have previously used in their collections with Estee Lauder and Happy socks. The pattern will come in two colorways: black/true white and yellow/estate blue. Opening Ceremony has not provided shots of the packaging, but their collaborations have come with special boxes in the past, so we assume one will be included with this as well.
The Opening Ceremony x Vans Authentic "Criss-Crossed Hand" is available now both online and instore from Opening Ceremony. At $70, they will run you a bit more than other Classic Authentics, but we feel that it is a small increase for the limited print and box art.