Virgil Abloh's OFF-WHITE has rejoined forces with luxury French skiwear label Moncler for a new SS17 collaborative collection.

Following the two brands' fisherman-inspired FW16 drop, the new five-piece capsule collection contains a windbreaker, a paneled pullover, a lightweight puffer jacket, a cotton T-shirt, and a baseball hat. Each piece utilizes the logos and motifs of both brands — that means lots of white stripes and arrow prints, as well as a healthy dose of Moncler's signature orange logo.

The hooded windbreaker and paneled pullover both come in a bright blue, featuring silver-tone branding across the back and sleeves. The pullover, however, boasts a black panel on the front upper half and a glossy finish on the back upper half. An oversized white cotton T-shirt with a huge arrow print on the back and a standard blue baseball cap round off the offering.

The Moncler x OFF-WHITE collection is available to shop right now. Prices range from approximately $187 to $1,045.

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