Vans wants it to be happily ever after.
The Cypress, Calif.-based brand, which has had a highly popular partnership with entertainment conglomerate Disney, today added to its offering. The skate brand today debuted two Disney prints as part of its Vans Customs program.
The duo of prints — a canvas-colored option with Mickey Mouse along with Pluto, and a bright pink version with Minnie Mouse — will appear on sneakers, backpacks and hats, ranging in price from $35 to $85.
Shoppers can customize the shoes and accessories — namely the Vans SK8-Hi, Slip-On, backpack and trucker hat — online at vans.com through Sept. 4. Styles are also available for young children. All styles can be done on a variety of fabrics.
The additional items follow the shoe and apparel collection launched in May, a six-piece offering that featured Mickey and Minnie Mouse on two colorways of the Vans Classic Slip-Ons. For that collection, the Vans designers styled Mickey in a red sneaker and Minnie in a pink sneaker.
Vans began collaborating with Disney years ago, when the first Vans store opened in Anaheim, Calif., near Disneyland Resort.
Vans has had a number of high-profile collaborations this summer. It has worked with renowned Japanese designer Takashi Murakami, Ohio-based graphic artist Don Pendleton and British label Eley Kishimoto, to name a few.