Vans invites all ghouls, ghosts and goblins to celebrate the holidays with Halloween Town’s most beloved characters! The fashion and sports brand announced the release of a special collection inspired by Disney Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas”, launching in all Vans stores just in time for the festive season.
The latest offering from Vans and Disney’s long-standing collaboration, this new collection is sure to get loads of fans super excited. With a 10-piece footwear offering complimented by a range of apparel and accessories, the collection highlights a variety of classic moments in the much-loved cult-classic film as well as character bounding interpretations.
Arguably the most iconic scene, Jack’s Lament is featured on the Sk8-Hi with each of the four panels showcasing a frame from Jack’s walk through the Halloween Town cemetery. A special message that reads “Nice Work, Bone Daddy” on the inside collar completes the design.
Disney bounding fans can channel the film’s beloved couple, Jack Skellington and Sally. The Pumpkin King’s ghostly suit including cat and bat wing applique is mimicked on the Classic Slip-On, while Dr. Finkelstein’s master humanoid creation, Sally, receives her very own Era Stacked silhouette. Inspired by her very creation, each style is collaged with various prints from her dress while the Era Stacked features hand-stitched detailed as a nod to Sally’s unique beauty.
The Classic Slip-On and long sleeve tee will showcase emblematic elements from Oogie Boogie’s underground lair, including dice and skull graphics on the sidewall and sleeves of each silhouette. Honouring his place in the moonlit night, fans will find Oogie Boogie’s shadow peeking from the sidewall of the Classic Slip-On. Not to be forgotten, Oogie Boogie’s trio of henchmen – Lock, Shock and Barrel can be found on the Old Skool.
The Vans and Disney Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” collection is now available to shop in South Africa.
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