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Kenzo has collaborated with Vans to create a very summer and floral collection!
For Spring 2020 Kenzo has extended its collaboration with Vans creating sneakers super colorful.
The Old School and the Sk8-Hi are revisited in a floral key, the print literally covers the entire shoe including the sole.
The colors one in shades of red and pink, while the other in blue and yellow and in total, each model will be made with three different prints and in both male and female sizes.
Next to the sneakers, there is a ready to wear capsule collection made by Oliveira Baptista and that always takes its cue from the floral motifs of the Kenzo archive.
To complete the collection the limited edition of skateboards signed by Kenzo in collaboration with The Skateroom, of which only 100 pieces will be released!
The advertising campaign, however, sees as protagonists seven skaters of LA photographed by Ari Marcoupoulos!
The sneakers and clothing of the capsule will be available from 17 June on the site of Kenzo.com.
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