Virgil Abloh’s “The Ten” collaboration with Nike originally released in late 2017 and encompassed ten pairs of iconic Nike silhouettes. That collection has since grown to almost thirty, as the OFF-WHITE founder has reissued the sneakers in new colorways in 2018.

Now Abloh has seemingly confirmed on his Instagram story that “The Ten” is coming to an end. In the post, a screenshot of which you can check out below, Abloh wrote “small fact: personally I’m visually obsessed with the combination of black sneaker / white swoosh white laces. Hence every edition of the last ever “10” came as such.”

While Abloh is confirming the end of “The Ten,” his post doesn’t necessarily mean that his work with Nike will stop completely. The pair can still go on to collaboration on different collections that aren’t “The Ten.”.

The message is still rather cryptic though, so stay tuned for further updates and official news as we get it.

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