Nike Extends Its Vision of Equality Alongside Virgil Abloh's Off-White™

The Swoosh and high-fashion label connect for a worthy cause.

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Nike has welcomed Chicago’s own Virgil Abloh to assist in designing a special collaborative T-shirt that helps spread the word about equality. The OFF-WHITE-branded tee is meant to represent the idea that no nation is greater than the other. Multiple flags are stacked on top of each other to convey how all countries and ethnicities must work as one to abolish hate and other forms of discrimination. To complement its “OFF” branding on the front, you’ll find the colorful graphic on the chest in addition to a red Nike Swoosh. On the back, you’ll find OFF-WHITE’s traditional arrows logo in white and green.

The OFF-WHITE x Nike T-shirts are limited and will be available in New Orleans around this year’s NBA All-Star Weekend.

In addition, you can show support by donating to PeacePlayers International. PeacePlayers International is an organization which aims to bridge the gaps between communities by building relationships and assisting in the growth of youth leaders through the strong influence of sports.

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