Over the years, Vans released some pretty rad collaborations, from Toy Story to fast food-inspired footwear. Now they've teamed up with director and photographer Larry Clark. Best known for his films such as Kids, Bully, Ken Park and Wassup Rockers; the artist has worked with Vans on a minimalist collection of shoes and apparel.
With a series of Old Skool shoes, embroidered caps and long sleeves with his photographs emblazoned on there, the collection is sure to sell out fast. The inscription on the cap is from a poem of Clark's that reads:
"It took a 12-year-old boy to figure out the city is a concrete playground."
Recently a selection of prints from Clark's years of photographic work went on sale for knock-down prices in Paris, but if you missed your chance at those be sure to check out his Vans collab below.
The Larry Clark x Vans "KIDS" collection will be available from select retailers, including Dover Street Market Ginza from 3 November.