Vans X Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2007 Slip-Ons

Vans x Marc Jacobs is back with their latest collaborative effort for the Spring season. While Jacobs has done-up past Vans silhouettes like the Sk8-His, Old Skools, and Chukkas, the focus this season was on the Slip-Ons. Jacobs did these three models, in addition to other Slip-Ons that will drop throughout the Spring/Summer season. Check vault.vans.com in the next few weeks. Image: Complex

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Vans X Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2007 Slip-Ons

Vans x Marc Jacobs is back with their latest collaborative effort for the Spring season. While Jacobs has done-up past Vans silhouettes like the Sk8-His, Old Skools, and Chukkas, the focus this season was on the Slip-Ons. Jacobs did these three models, in addition to other Slip-Ons that will drop throughout the Spring/Summer season. Check vault.vans.com in the next few weeks.

Image: Complex

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