Vans Releases the Color Theory Collection Inspired by Individual Expression


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Vans, the global icon of creative expression, introduces the Color Theory collection, an extended offering of unisex footwear and apparel inspired by the beauty that comes from the creative output of individual expression. As the boundaries between menswear and womenswear continue to blur, silhouettes are no longer constrained to traditional gender representations. Upholding the value of creativity, the Color Theory collection can be mixed and matched by anyone to define their own personal color spectrum. 

Unisex footwear has been part of Vans’ design make-up since first opening in 1966, allowing fans to make any design their own. Color Theory applies that thinking to create updated constructions of hoodies, crewnecks, tees and hats that will be available in five key colorways – black, bleached apricot, corsair, dry rose and white. Designed to be inclusive and worn by anyone, each garment from the apparel offering will include a monochromatic color styling and minimalistic logos finished with tonal checkerboard embroidery.

The Color Theory apparel colorways match back to Vans’ five Classic icons; Authentic, Classic Slip-On, Era, Sk8-Hi and Old Skool. All footwear options will be available in the full unisex size range to complement the collection.

The Color Theory Collection is available to shop online at or in Vans retail stores now.