Vans x Harry Potter: What’s in the collection?
See all the photos from the magical capsule that already has us under its spell.
Streetwear brand Vans loves dropping a collaboration worthy of major hype and it may have just gone ahead and debuted its most epic capsule yet. The label has casually teamed up with none other than Harry Potter and, frankly, if that string of words doesn't excite you, you're a muggle and we can't be friends.
The capsule collection sees each Hogwarts house receive its own unique Vans silhouette. Proud Gryffindors can get their hands on a pair of the cult-favourite Sk8-His which arrive in a sturdy canvas and suede upper. The kicks feature the iconic red and gold stripes of the Gryffindor house, alongside the lion mascot.
The villains among us can meanwhile slither into a pair of Eras, detailed with a scaly black and green upper. The shoes also feature black laces and the Slytherin serpent sigil on the tongue.
A pair of Ravenclaw Authentics feature a blue and white check design with the mascot on the tongue. Hufflepuffs meanwhile see the Classic Slip-Ons reimagined in a black colourway with the Badger sigil on the front.
If that's not enough, there are also a pair of ComfyCush Era's featuring a black and white newspaper graphic design displaying the magical Daily Prophet newsletter.
A selection of men's and women's apparel is also up for grabs including a Deathly Hallows Crop LS shirt in two-colour cloud wash and a crisp white hoodie featuring the Vans logo along with each of the Hogwarts house sigils. There's even a Gryffindor Old Skool backpack if you feel like accessorising.
When and where can you shop the line?
The Vans x Harry Potter collection has already dropped onto the Vans site, so we suggest practicing your best summoning spell immediately (Accio should do it). The capsule collection is likely to be an absolute sellout, so get in quick or prepare to challenge every other fan to the ultimate wizarding dual for a piece of this limited edition merchandise.
See all the images of the new line