«Nothing new» (or how Virgil Abloh turned Raf Simons controversy into his best collection yet)
Virgil Abloh considered his fall-winter 2017 collection to be a turning point, eager to graduate from his streetwear after Raf Simons’ hostil words turned out to be a launchpad to think about what he was doing and why he he was doing it. His not-that-new-and-no-one-cares clothes, executed on a sophisticated level, were a manifestation of his intense meditation but still he backed off the obvious (and always exciting) urban and utilitarian graphics vibe, slyly breaking up neat suits with hoodies, dressing up redone vintage Levis (studded with 10,000 white Swarovski micro crystals), and working his signature black-and-white stripe logo. He also kept his logo stitched on lace shirts worn over lingerie slipdresses and shiny, over-the-knee boots that read “Made For Walking”, and bags with the word «sculpture» printed.
Details at the seams of @off____white’s Fall 2017 denim offering. Tap the link in our bio for every look from the collection. Photographed by @coreytenold. #PFW Una publicación compartida de Vogue Runway (@voguerunway) el
«FOR WALKING» and for slaying @off____white #PFW #FW17 Una publicación compartida de Lisa Aiken (@lisa.aiken) el
Invest in stand-out pieces by cult brand Off White and elevate your off-duty look in an instant. Shop now via the #LinkinBio #STYLEBOP ⠀ Una publicación compartida de STYLEBOP.com (@stylebop) el