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It's a great week to be a New Order fan. Commemorating the thirtieth anniversary of the band's landmark album Power, Corruption & Lies, a new collaboration between Supreme and Vans will bring the iconic floral cover to a limited edition line of sneakers. We doubt Factory Records designer Peter Saville imagined his cover would end up on surf/skate culture-inspired footwear, but the joining of two '80s essentials works in this case. You can pick up a pair of the soon-to-be-rare kicks in shops in New York, Los Angeles, London, and Supreme's online store.

Factory Records designers Peter Saville and Brett Wickens created an incredible sleeve for New Order's "Blue Monday" single. Released March 7, 1983, the design remains a stark, modern time capsule of the era. The floppy disk-inspired, die-cut outer sleeve featured only FAC SEVENTY THREE as text for the label catalog number, while the show-through inner sleeve was silver. The records were expensive to produce and "Blue Monday" was an unlikely but massive hit. The record label said it lost a few cents each on the original singles sales, though it is likely that it was losing money in various other ways as well.