Following his recent collaboration with Journal Standard, infamous director / photographer Larry Clark teases a new project with Vans. Using off cut imagery from his ’95 cult classic “KIDS”, we see a concise capsule of exclusive product ranging from a pair of Old Skools, long sleeves featuring a photograph of Zoo York alumni Peter Bici and embroidered caps with an original Clark poem “It took a 12 year old boy to figure out the city is a concrete playground”. Releasing November 3rd at DSM Ginza, United Arrows & Sons and Billy’s ENT.
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