Virgil Abloh and Off-White™ showed their SS20 women's collection yesterday at Paris Fashion Week, and today we're back with a closer look at one of the standout pieces from the show. The Meteor Bag is named for one of the notable inspirations for the entire collection, the chaotic nature and unlikely beauty of meteor showers.

A new interpretation of Off-White™'s popular Jitney Bag, the Meteor Bag is designed to look as if it has been struck by a meteor shower. The purse is filled with holes, rendering it nonfunctional in terms of traditional baggage.

The bag is constructed from polished calfskin leather, featuring an inner pocket crafted from soft nappa leather, which can be carried on its own. Boasting a drawstring closure, the purse comes in white, red, and black colorways, showcasing the latest iteration of the Off-White™ logo.

Off-White™'s SS20 Meteor Bag retails for $1,665 and will be available beginning Sunday, September 29.

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