Hey Mefheads! Pockets looking a little empty after the holiday season? Well, not to worry. Creative designer and Off-White founder, Virgil Abloh has dropped a new Off-White line that is relatively affordable for the younger demographic.
The new budget-friendly capsule collection, which is available now, is titled “For All.” It will be featured in all OFF-WHITE stores including New York, Hong Kong and Sydney.
The genderless line includes eight pieces: four hoodies and four graphic t-shirts!
In addition, they are embroidered with the famous brand’s trademark black and white stripes and quotations. Abloh’s collections, which usually retail from $300 to $800, now ranges from $95 to $170.
In an interview with Business of Fashion, Abloh speaks on the new price range.
“The price tier allows for a new customer to see themselves within the overall concept of the fashion label,” he said. OFF-WHITE can be luxury at a traditional luxury price point, or equally, it can be relevant at an affordable price point.”
Furthermore, Abloh’s decision to release a less expensive collection is a necessary one. This move will allow him to reach a much wider audience.
In addition, check out Abloh’s Planned Parenthood t-shirt designs.
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