Here Is the Full Virgil Abloh x IKEA Collection With Pricing Details

Since the IKEA x OFF-WHITE collaboration was revealed last year, we’ve been anxiously waiting for more information on Virgil Abloh’s homeware line.

While information is still scarce (even the release date is still TBC), social media has offered glimpses of what we can expect from the IKEA x OFF-WHITE collab. IKEA itself has just unveiled a preview of the collection alongside official images which you can see above.

From an OFF-WHITE take on the FRAKTA bag, rug designs and what sort of customer Abloh is designing for, read on for everything we know so far about the Ikea x OFF-WHITE collab including the release date and prices.

Highsnobiety is at IKEA’s Democratic Design Day at its headquarters in Älmhult, Sweden and got a glimpse of more items from the IKEA x OFF-WHITE collection. Below, you can see a bright green “WET GRASS” rug, a table, a chaise lounge, a coffee table, shelving, and the previously-teased chairs and “SCULPTURE” brown bags, among others. Each item comes with a label reading “PROTOTYPE,” so there’s a chance these are still a work-in-progress and may differ from the final in-store products.

Official prices for select pieces have emerged. The table will cost €279, the chairs €69.95, the chaise longue €99.95, the cushion for chaise longue €99.95, and additional cushions will come to €9.99 and €12.99.

The “WET GRASS” rug will cost €229, the receipt rug will be €59, the distortion mirror will cost €159, Virgil’s take on the Mona Lisa costs €49 and the temporary clock will come to €24.95. Finally, those on are lower budget can pick up the small brown “SCULPTURE” bag for €9.99 and the larger one for €12.99.

Despite the collection being on preview today, IKEA has announced that the OFF-WHITE collaboration will release sometime in 2020, with the exact release date still unconfirmed.

Alongside the event, IKEA has dropped its first official image of the upcoming IKEA x OFF-WHITE collaboration. The image shows what looks like a rug with the words “STILL LOADING” across it and “Flooring” in the right corner.

The brand hasn’t confirmed any information, but the Americana-esque image used looks strikingly like some of Supreme collaborator Jim Krantz‘s work.

On April 30, Abloh gifted followers to a sneak peek of the collaboration, live-streaming from an undisclosed location in NYC.

Virgil walked us through a selection of prototypes, including a triangular red doorstop, a transparent display cabinet built with the purpose of “curating your own junk drawer,” and the hand shaved rugs teased previously on IG (which you can check out in more detail below).

Stating that the aim is to make an affordable collection for millennials, the designer also promised that the collection will retail at the typical IKEA price points.

The IKEA x OFF-WHITE collaboration will feature even more rugs than unveiled today. Taking to Instagram back in October of last year, Virgil Abloh gave us a sneak peek of a blue rug. Later, images by The Snobette and Instagram user Portnygain revealed the full paisley print blue “KEEP OFF” rug, alongside a large red rug with “BLUE” lettering.

When the collaboration was first announced in June 2017, IKEA shared an image of Abloh with a yellow FRAKTA bag reading “SCULPTURE.”

As the image was taken in the Prototype Lab it remains to be seen whether Abloh will go ahead with this particular design, but after Balenciaga released its own take on the iconic bag, it would be surprising if OFF-WHITE didn’t use this opportunity to do the same.

On its website, IKEA announced that “together, IKEA and OFF-WHITE look for ways to help create a home for millennials who are just starting out their lives. ”

“We’re looking at that first phase of adult life, when you start making purchases for your space. Largely people grow up in their parents’ environment. They’ve never had to consider furniture,” Abloh said in a statement. “Then when they’re off on their own and have their own aesthetic, what are their first purchases? I’m interested in thinking about how those purchases are informed.”

Known for continually pushing the envelope and offering some of the world’s most concise, dynamic reports on a variety of hot topics, issue 10 of System Magazine comes as no exception.

Having blasted the 2017 poster boy for fashion, Virgil Abloh, over an expansive four covers, all shot by renowned German photographer, Juergen Teller, issue 10 is set to be one for the record books. Having spent an impressive six months with Virgil Abloh and urged conversations between the Off-White leader and other notable creatives such as Hans Ulrich Obrist and architect, Rem Koolhaas, the latest issue has done itself a great servitude in its quest to answer, “What is Virgil Abloh?”

Below, you can take a look at a few select pages from the magazine, offering your most detailed look at Virgil Abloh’s collaboration with IKEA. More can also be found on the System Magazine website.

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