OFF-WHITE’s capsule with football brand Umbro brought forth an interesting array of sportswear staples, including jerseys and shorts, fused with punk-inspired patchwork and graphic heavy pieces for the brand’s 2017 spring/summer collection. Classic patterns dominated the runway as plaid, gingham and pinstripes were seen on baggy trousers and elongated outerwear, topped off with a scorpion motif. Hints of religious iconography were also seen as a cross coupled with a serpent, along with skeletons were strewn across distressed tees and white mesh tops. The color palette further evoked a darker ambiance as a sea of black, navy and red hues took center stage. A few standout items from the lineup included an all-white collaborative sneaker, leather bombers with bold visuals, and a red tartan training jacket bearing both OFF-WHITE and Umbro logos. Scroll through the images above to view the entire collection.
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