VANS x Eley Kishimoto | Together launching the Living Art Collection
Designed especially for Vans, English and Japanese design duo Eley Kishimoto launch their collection of wearable art. Extending from footwear to apparel and accessories as their canvas, the wearable items bear the Eley Kishimoto bold and vibrant prints, ready to be launched internationally this month.
The Eley Kishimoto design house was founded by Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto in 1992 living by the maxim Print the World.
Their imaginations bare no restriction, solidifying their identity with design heads worldwide.
Three new exclusive prints are released through the collaboration, along with two of their archive designs: the iconic Flash print and the floral Magnolia Hysteria.
In celebration of the Vans x Eley Kishimoto ‘Living Art’ collection, Vans will host ‘Print the House’ events around the world. The first event kicks off Saturday, July 11 at House of Vans London as the Eley Kishimoto team takes over the Old Vic Tunnels with stunning visual displays and art installations, along with lively musical performances by an eclectic mix of DJs and groups including Jerry Bouthier, Kero Kero Bonito, The Square, JME, Logan Sama, Flowdan and more! Visit HouseofVansLondon.com to RSVP to the event. The launch will continue in Seoul, Korea as the designers will celebrate with a special art installation and in-store meet and greet at the Vans Lab Store on July 17.
The Vans x Eley Kishimoto collection launches globally this July.
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