Whenever we get a whiff of a new Sandy Liang collaboration, our ears immediately perk up. The New York City–based designer — who’s known for her patterned fleeces and youthful silhouettes with lots of ruffles and tulle — created a successful line with Target last year, and now, she’s back with her third collection with Vans. The head-to-toe range is inspired by the ’90s and childhood nostalgia with deep roots in New York City and Chinatown culture. You’ll find everything from bucket hats, chore coats, and athleisure skorts to fleeces in Liang’s signature flower print (that, notably, ring in at a lower price point than those from her main line). There’s even a chunky SK8-Hi that comes with a removable lug sole that hooks onto the bottom of the shoe, giving you two sneakers in one. We don’t expect this collection to be on shelves for long, so if you see something you like, we suggest you act fast. To help you shop swiftly, we put all the items on sale now below.
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