Vans to release collection of David Bowie-inspired sneakers soon

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Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesVans recently partnered with Led Zeppelin for a limited-edition line of shoes and apparel, and now the footwear company has announced plans to release a series David Bowie-inspired sneakers soon.

While no official announcement has been made, Footwear.com reports that the Vans x Bowie collection will include four different shoes with designs taken from various albums by the late British rock icon. Images posted on the website show three low-top sneakers inspired, respectively, by Bowie’s 1969 self-titled U.K. album, 1971’s Hunky Dory and 1973’s Aladdin Sane. There’s also a high-top that boasts a red Bowie logo replicating the one that appears on the cover of 1974’s Diamond Dogs.

A rep for Vans tells ABC Radio that official images and details about the Bowie collection will be announced soon. Visit Vans.com/Bowie to sign up to be notified when the shoes are available, and to get an official look at the Diamond Dogs-inspired high-top.

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