Vans x Harry Potter collaboration: What we know so far

The magical capsule already has us under its spell.

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From David Bowie to Disney, Vans loves dropping hype-worthy collaborations — which is exactly what it’s done by announcing its next one. The label casually took to Instagram early this morning to drop the news that it’s teaming up with Harry Potter.

While the Instagram post simply promises “something magical coming soon,” the Vans site has offered us a little more insight into the collaboration. It states that the line will “conjure up a magical collection of footwear, apparel, and accessories for witches, wizards, and muggles alike.”

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Behind the announcement, we can see swirly colors and sigils for the Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff houses. Does this mean we’ll be seeing these same patterns implemented on the latest line of kicks and apparel? That could be the case, but nothing’s been set in stone just yet.

When and where will the collaboration be available?

As news of the collection has only just dropped, there’s no word on a release date yet. We’ll keep you updated as more information becomes available.

Only hours after the announcement, the Instagram post had almost a million views and tons of excited fans. Translation: Get ready to challenge every other fan to the ultimate wizarding dual for a piece of this limited-edition merchandise.

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