Channel Your Inner Ziggy Stardust With Vans' New David Bowie Collection

Courtesy of Vans

I need all of these

Inspired by David Bowie's iconography, Vans created a collection of sneakers and apparel paying homage to the icon.

The most subtle offering—a nod to Bowie's final album, 2016's Blackstar (styled as ★)—is an all-black Classic Slip-On shoe featuring the titular black star printed across the canvas. If you're looking to be extra AF just like Bowie, you'll be obsessed with the Hunky Dory tribute, a fuzzy checkerboard slip-on with bright yellow accents. Bowie's signature lightning bolt is featured on two classic silhouettes, including a pebbled leather Old Skool and embroidered onto a checkerboard high-top.

All styles, including apparel and accessories, are unisex, "paying homage to Bowie's inclusive nature," according to the press release. Prices range from $70 to $85 per pair in adult sizes. Beginning April 5, Vans will drop the entire collection of apparel and accessories, which will be available to shop online and in retail stores for a limited time.

Peep some of our favorite items from Vans x David Bowie collection below.

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