Encompassing four T-shirts and four hoodies rendered in black and white, the silhouettes are defined by the label’s signature motifs such as the intersecting arrows and quotation marks, along with a cropped image of the Mona Lisa. Additionally, branding is prominent throughout, as well as a copyright disclaimer seen across the rear of the silhouettes.
Overall, this capsule continues on the success of the first drop, and aims to offer something for everyone, specifically those who are on a budget. If you like what you see, you can find the collection at OFF-WHITE’s flagship locations worldwide starting September 1.
Also, you can shop OFF-WHITE’s current offerings on its website now.
In other style news, Farmland Foods made their own Supreme lookbook.
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