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Back to the Off-White’s Fall 2021 show

Back to the Off-White’s Fall 2021 show

This Sunday, Virgil Abloh presented the Fall 2021 collection, during the brand’s first physical event in 16 months.

 

For over a year, no Off-White collection had been able to be presented in the form of a physical runway show. Yesterday, Virgil Abloh was able to present the fall 2021 collection of the brand in a show entitled “Laboraty of Fun“.

 

 

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And it is Bella Hadid who opens the show. The star model made her entrance in an ultra short electric blue velvet tube dress, with high boots of the same color and oversized gold earrings. We also find Amber Valletta, also dressed in blue, in a mini-skirt suit that caused a sensation during Abloh‘s “Laboratory of Fun“. Note also the presence on the catwalk of Alton Mason in an oversized wool felt jacket, with a print signed Pablo Tomek.

 

 

 

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The collection of Virgil Abloh did not create the surprise, but the program is nevertheless perfectly in the air of time. Minimalist looks, with colors and fabrics worked on the side of women. For men, the designer was inspired by the yellow and orange safety suits.

 

 

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With this collection, Abloh leaves streetwear behind and takes another step towards the luxury segment. “Off-white is getting older. I’ve been given the torch for young fashion, what’s happening in the next generation, and I think last year I aged the fastest I ever could,” he tells WWD . “The brand in its spirit should never stagnate.”

 

Halfway through the show, dancers dressed in tone-on-tone bras and cargo pants accompany MIA, who has been absent from the stage for some time. “She’s an artist known for expressing her stance on global issues and I wanted to create a safe space for her to make her art and associate it with what Off-White™ stands for. It’s about representing a younger generation, it’s not about selling clothes.” explains Virgil Abloh in the same interview given to WWD.

 

The Off-White Fall 2021 collection is available on the brand’s website.

 

 

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