MIDNIGHT STUDIOS has had a pretty busy start to the season. It released a grungy FW16 collection titled “ADORED,” and quickly followed it up with a collaborative, music-inspired capsule collection with Gibson Guitars. But now comes a super high-profile collaboration with Virgil Abloh's brand OFF-WHITE for an editorial they have named "GLITTER."

The editorial was shot by MIDNIGHT STUDIOS’s founder Shane Gonzales, and was shot on the streets of Los Angeles. The collaboration was teased on Instagram throughout the day yesterday, revealing a few brief looks at some of the collection's prints. It consists of a series of T-shirts and long-sleeves that feature an interesting mix of graphics, collage-style. More pieces have been promised to be unveiled in the near future, but the hype train is already full steam ahead for the select offerings already on display.

Stay tuned for any further info regarding MIDNIGHT STUDIOS x OFF-WHITE collaboration.

In other fashion news, here are the first images of Givenchy’s FW16 campaign.

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