A$AP Rocky and Pacsun’s Latest Vans Collab Is Here – Billboard

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A$AP Rocky is thrilled that fans are getting their hands on his new line of Flammable clothing and sneakers.

The 33-year-old rapper has teamed up with Pacsun for a third and final collaboration with Vans, the Los Angeles-based surf and lifestyle brand announced last Friday (January 14). “Vans have always been a closet staple,” Rocky said in A declaration. “The new drop adds a fresh twist to a classic and I’m excited for everyone to style them their own way.”

The nostalgic yet edgy collection is the Harlem rapper’s latest fashion drop since taking on the role of Pacsun’s guest art director. The collaboration features reworked versions of the classic Vans slip-on sneakers and Van’s slip-on mules, which come in black and white colourways and multi-colored flame patterns.

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The Vans x ASAP Rocky Classic Slip-on shoes retail for $80 and are available in black and white and black and red. The mules, which are slightly cheaper at $75, come in white and red and black and red colorways.

Vans x A$AP Worldwide Classic Slip-On Shoes
Vans x A$AP Worldwide Classic Slip-On Shoes
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Vans x A$AP Worldwide Classic Slip-On Mules
Vans x A$AP Worldwide Classic Slip-On Mules
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The latest installment of Rocky’s Pacsun collaboration includes Russell Athletics Logo Tees ($60) with matching valley shorts ($60) and graphic hoodies ($90) with correspondence, drawstring track pants ($80). The hoodies feature a skull print with contrast stitching, a kangaroo pocket and a chenille “Russell” graphic to the front. Sweatpants and hoodies are available green, black and red, blue, rust and white and brown.

“We’re continually impressed with Rocky’s new takes on classic styles,” Pacsun co-CEO Alfred Chang said. “We are excited to introduce the new iteration as part of its collaborative effort with Pacsun, to kick off the new year.”

The line comes just over a month after Rocky made a surprise appearance at Pacsun’s flagship store in Soho, where fans were treated to exclusive pairs of sneakers before the collection was officially discontinued.

Rocky and Pacsun announced their partnership last year. The “Sandman” rapper served as the Southern California brand’s first-ever guest art director, but it’s unclear what else they might be up to in the future. Last summer, Rocky revealed last year that he and Pacsun would be dating “several limited edition collections” together.

Pacsun’s previous collaborations include the north face, Adidas, Champion, Fear of God, J. Galt and Guess.

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