Between working as artistic director of menswear for Louis Vuitton, and running his own label OFF-WHITE, Virgil Abloh has still found the time to get involved with Premier League football. As per his Instagram, the designer recently shared two pairs of custom gloves for Everton FC player, Jordan Pickford and West Ham's Joe Hart.

The former were gifted two pairs of Nike gloves, with a small note confirming the name and hand size of the goalkeeper. As seen below, the white gloves with orange cuffs feature OFF-WHITE's signature "LOGO" over the top of the hand, an X-covered palm, and stamp-text branding along the first finger.

The England player's name, player number and year of make also appear written in black marker.

Similarly, Joe Hart’s gloves, who is currently on loan from Manchester City, follow very much the same suit as in the aforementioned description.

What do you think of the designs? Let us know in the comments below.

In case you missed it, here's how Virgil Abloh's first day at Louis Vuitton went down.

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