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Harry Potter x Vans collection is now on sale

Noble shoe for a noble house (Picture: Warner Bros.)
Harry Potter fans will be excited to know that ..

By Sunday Herald Team , in Fashion , at June 7, 2019

Noble shoe for a noble house (Picture: Warner Bros.)

Harry Potter fans will be excited to know that the magic doesnt stop with Fantastic Beasts and a new series of books by JK Rowling.

The epic magical saga will venture into the realm of high street fashion in a new collaboration with Vans.

Vans has released its collection of Harry Potter goodies and while previous fashion exploits from the Potterverse might dabble too closely to the explicitly nerdish, these could be the subtle fashion picks that fans have been waiting for.

The shoe brand collaborated with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to create the magical collection of limited edition footwear.

Slytherin Shoe
Are you a Slytherin? (Picture: Vans)

As you would expect, the majority of the new collection is named and styled after each house from the majestic Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Signature colours blue for Ravenclaw, green for Slytherin, red for Gryffindor and yellow for Hufflepuff all show up in the sleek designs.

ravenclaw vans with blue and grey checkerboard design
Do you have Ravenclaw wit? (Picture: Vans)

There is a Sk8-Hi shoe for Gryffindor, which has red and gold stripes against black suede and features an embroidered version of the houses lion crest on the side.



A pair costs £80.

Ravenclaw has an Authentic checkerboard blue and white shoe with matching blue laces (£57) .

Vans have brought out a Harry Potter range
Magical collection (Picture: Vans)

For Slytherin theres a swamp green and black coloured Era trainer, which has the snake emblem on the tongue, costing £65.

Elsewhere, Hufflepuff (£57) is a Classic black slip-on shoe, with its yellow crest stitched across the front along with its namesake.

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