Your first look at the Lady Vans line
Get ready for some 90s nostalgia with this DIY-inspired collection.
Despite nearly all of its products being marketed as unisex, streetwear label Vans is looking to the ladies with the release of its newest collection. Debuted on the brand's Instagram account yesterday, the Lady Vans line sees the arrival of both women's footwear and apparel in some truly 90s-inspired designs.
Keeping true to the DIY theme, the apparel pieces from the line can be customised to suit your aesthetic. Take the long sleeve raglan top, for instance, which features a "Cut Here" label on the inside of the shirt to help you easily turn your new tee into a cute crop. Or the hot pink graphic tee which can be either cut or tied depending on your preference.
If you're not into customising your clothes, there are ready-to-wear pieces from the line too, including hoodies and an adorable women's coverall.
View this post on Instagram
Naturally, it wouldn't be a Vans collection without some new pairs of sneakers too and the Lady Vans line delivers on some seriously cool new options. The collection sees both the Era and Sk8-Hi silhouettes reimagined with a bold all-over zine print which comes in a range of fun colourways.
The Era arrives in Sharp Green, Azalea Pink and True White, while the Sk8-Hi comes in both Black/True White and Azalea Pink iterations.
When and where can you shop the line?
The Lady Vans line has just been released on the US Vans site, meaning that we should be seeing it on the Australian version of the site within the coming weeks. We also expect to see the line become available in usual Vans stockists such as Platypus Shoes shortly after.
See more images of the line below
- Why you need the Lacoste x GOLF LE FLEUR collection by Tyler, The Creator
- Your first look at the Vans Bold Ni Tartan Pack
- Best sales of the week: ry.com.au, Forever New and Princess Polly
- Why you need the Reebok x Victoria Beckham FW19 collection
- When you can shop the Joshua Vides and Chinatown Market Converse collections