Fresh off its NYC event, Nike has announced the schedule for London's "OFF CAMPUS" event taking place September 14 through 17. The jam-packed weekend features workshops taught by fashion royalty, as well as newer up-and-comers.

Over the weeekend, Michele Lamy, Grace Wales Bonner and A$AP Nast will lead different workshops under the name "REMIX AND RECONSTRUCT," while London-based designer Martine Rose will be running a "T-SHIRT" workshop. On the music side, Benji B and friends will be teaching attendees about music curation, and JME will lead a "culture run."

Virgil Abloh himself will be turning up for two "in conversations" over the course of the event. The first is titled "PROCESS OF COLLABORATION" with Nate Jobe, while the second sees Abloh and Kim Jones discuss "CULTURE." See the full lineup here.

Last but not least, you can now enter to reserve your size from the "REVEALING" pack at Nike's London and Paris events.

Also, you can now enter DSM London’s Virgil Abloh x Nike raffle.

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