Coinciding with Milan Fashion Week, Virgil Abloh has unveiled a glimpse to his OFF-WHITE 2015 fall/winter collection. While Virgil’s earlier projects showcased an inclination towards street-ready designs, his latest repertoire however exhibits his deftness on the runway. For the onlooker, the globetrotting creative straddles his time between DJing and fashion duties, constantly drawing inspiration from his travels – especially the beautiful alps of Jackson Hole for this collection. Interpolating his dynamic lifestyle onto cut & sew threads, the line, aptly named “Don’t Look Down,” builds on the juxtaposing lifestyles of a mountaineer and an urban “Wall Street” gent. Gilets and matching shorts feature a plethora of pockets and are styled alongside classic pea coats, while camo and the label’s signature horizontal pattern make for a unique print. An underlying street sensibility is seen via staples such as the varsity jacket, which layers over elongated shirts, and paired with well-fitted trousers garnished with smudged paint. Baggy sweats nod at the recent oversize trends seen on other runways, matched with draped, synthetic anoraks and fedora hats. Rounding out each look with modern hiking boot renditions, the 2015 fall/winter is another noteworthy accolade in Alboh’s replete resume.