Following the official images of the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 "University Gold" this morning, it seems Virgil Abloh's label continues to flaunt his creativity in other areas with its first full collection of eyewear also being unveiled.
Arriving in several retro and genderless looks, this collection showcases Off-White's familiar graphic motifs including the well-known "Arrows" visual and its signature logo font.
Featured in the collection are 8 frame styles all seemingly inspired by fashion trends of the past. With the new styles entitled the "Marfa", "Alps", "Manchester" and "The Cape", the full collection also features previous Off-White silhouettes from earlier seasons such as the the "Virgil", "Arthur", "Tropez" and "Cady". With nods to '80s and '90s fashion featured throughout, these shades are guaranteed to add some timeless style to your summer fits.
When talking about his decision to create a collection of genderless pieces, Off-White's Virgil Abloh explained “I don’t believe in gender, only design". Alongside the collection, Abloh also enlisted the help of Helena Christensen, Justine Biticon and Lil Dre to model the pieces as they "represent different world views and perspectives" and fit the bill for this forward-thinking campaign.
Off-White's First Full Eyewear Collection is available for pre-order now at their online store and will arrive physically in stores on June 21st. In other news, Drake's Nike x NOCTA "Cardinal Stock" collection is available here!