Take a look at the round 2 Vans x Disney collection
You're about to set your peepers on the funkiest collection Vans has ever launched.
It's pretty obvious that at the moment, Disney is the biggest fashion trend. Boohoo launched its own Disney Capsule, Pandora released an entire Snow White Collection and Marc Jacobs announced its upcoming Mickey Mouse fashion line. So like we said, Disney is killing it in the fashion game at the moment.
Now another fashion launch is coming and it's going to debut the main man (or mouse) himself. Disney and Vans are collaborating again to launch another fashion line inspired by Disney.
What's in the collection?
The collection will consist of shoes, clothing and accessories. Of course, Vans has created adorable footwear because that's what it does best. There is a red Minnie Mouse slip-on that, of course, features her iconic bow. Plus, you'll find a pair of high-top sneakers that pays homage to the Fantasia movie with their deep blue colouring along with yellow moons and stars. You'll also be able to get your hands on some low tops with red, yellow and black colouring that are essentially Mickey Mouse in a shoe.
Of course, the apparel is just as good as the shoes. You'll be able to get your hands on a Mickey Mouse hoodie, a white chequered T-shirt and a Fantasia inspired T-shirt. There's also a range of accessories like backpacks and hats, so you can really rock Disney from head to toe.
When and where can you buy it?
This collection is actually dropping sooner than you may think. You'll be able to purchase the second round of Disney x Vans from the Vans website on the 5 October. This collection does look to be a limited edition, so we would move quickly if you want to get your hands on it.
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