Kenzo Teams Up with Vans for Sneakers Line

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Kenzo X Vans sneakers
Kenzo X Vans sneakers

Even if you are way far from being sporty, you ought to have these stylish sneakers. There is no need to explain why – the answer is pretty clear. They are designed by Vans in collaboration with Kenzo. That’s all you have to know for now. I am sure, once you see the photos of these trendy shoes, you will understand 100 percent what I feel now.

Kenzo & Vans:  Outstanding Sneakers

This is already the fifth collaboration of Kenzo and Vans, and seems like it’s getting better every time. This particular line features three key prints of Vans brand: Tiger, Cloud and Lightening as well as three styles. Two of them are rather traditional, Vans slip-on and Vans Authentic, whereas the third style - Vans Chukka was designed especially for Kenzo.

Kenzo’s creative directors, Brianna Capozzi and Julia Ehrlich, came up with quite an interesting topic for the photoshoot. The models are posing against newsroom background in various ways. You will spot a weather woman, newscaster and new reporter – pretty unusual, huh? I doubt, that the actual staff would really wear sneakers to work as well as pose with the legs on the table. But the very idea of such a backdrop was very fresh and unique.

Brianna Capozzi herself lensed the models. It must be very efficient to have a creative designer who simultaneously serves as a photographer. Credits for hair and make-up got to Clark Phillips and Niko Lopez respectively. Julia Ehrlich did her best to style the photoshoot and we must admit, she definitely succeeded.

The two brands tapped  Ella Verberne, Chase Carter and Walter Pearce to star in the gorgeous lookbook. All the models managed to deliver the message coded by Vans and Kenzo: no matter what, these sneakers will lead you to great success.

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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