Last week news broke that fashion’s king, Karl Lagerfeld, had teamed up with Vans. Understandably, the internet went wild.

Ahead of the collection’s global release on September 7, we now have a look at the 12-piece collaboration.

The lineup of pieces includes a hooded sweatshirt, graphic T-shirt, slip ons and a hat. Never one to shy away from the spotlight, Lagerfeld’s likeness appears on shirts, logos and an all new version of the iconic Vans checkerboard print.

Needless to say, we’re willing to drop all our money on this release.

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[Via Vogue]

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