Opening Ceremony Vans

Opening Ceremony Unveils Their Glittery New Vans Collaboration

The latest Opening Ceremony Vans shoe collaboration has just been revealed, and it is an accessories line that the whole family will love! The two popular brands famously teamed up for a fabulously sparkly “Glitter Pack” collection in the past, which ended up being an instant sellout. But now the exciting new followup “Glitter Pack 2” line is set to drop online on November 8.

For this collection, you can expect to shop three blindingly bright leather Old Skool kicks in Black Silver, Lavender Pink, and Sea Blue. The sneakers are entirely covered with vibrant glitters – even down to the rubber soles and shoelaces!

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Adult sizes are set to retail at $110 a pair. But as a brand new addition to the brand, the Glitter Pack 2 also includes the tiniest of bedazzled shoes in precious toddler sizing. Mini Old Skools in the Lavender Pink and Sea Blue shades will be on sale for $60, both online and in select Opening Ceremony retail stores.

Need to be assured of their cuteness? Here they are modeled by Emi and Mazzarine Leon-Wilson (with incredible all-black OC varsity jackets.)

Big things come in small packages … Vans Glitter pack is back 11/7 👀 (📸@sloanisabuller)

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Honestly, could these two even be more adorable?

In sneak peek images, there also appear to be matching glitter OC tote bags as part of this accessories collaboration. No word about their launch has been revealed by either brand just yet. We just cannot get over Emi and Maxxy modeling them here with their dad, who just so happens to be Opening Ceremony founder Humberto Leon.

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If you can’t wait to shimmer and shine with this Opening Ceremony Vans collection, make sure to set an alarm for these pieces’ November 8 online debut.

We can already tell that the online retailer and skate shoe brand have another hit on their hands here!

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