UPDATE (November 12, 2018): The HYPEFEST-Released Off-White™ x RIMOWA suitcases have just been officially made available for purchase online at Off-White™’s official shop site. You can purchase both the white and black options for $1,700 USD.
When the first Off-White™ x RIMOWA suitcase released, fans and travelers alike were not shy to voice their comments about the clear polycarbonate suitcase. Now, after version one has completely sold out, the highly coveted roller returns, this time at HYPEFEST.
The Off-White™ x RIMOWA makes a return as as duo — this time releasing in both white and black offerings. The all-new white edition utilizes the same transparent polycarbonate outer shell and is based on the RIMOWA’s Essential Cabin S 34L carry-on case. The white accents, wheels, and handle give the suitcase a new definition of “SEE THROUGH” as the release is aptly titled — only the rubber of the wheels and lock dials are black, giving the entire suitcase a light, practically floating aesthetic. The case includes “MISCELLANEOUS” bags to help sort and pack your belongings inside, miniature amenities case, replacement wheels, and a cotton Off-White™ designed case cover for when the suitcase needs to be stored away. Lastly, a new Industrial Belt-style Yellow suitcase belt rounds out the release.
HYPEFEST will provide a virtual shopping experience accessible only to those within the geo-fenced location of the festival. All products purchased at HYPEFEST through the HYPEFEST app and on-site point of sale will be shipped to the buyer shortly after the festival.
The Off-White™ x RIMOWA White edition — along with a re-release of the original Black edition — will be available at HYPEFEST on October 6-7 through the HYPEFEST app at RIMOWA’s booth. The suitcases will also be available at Off-White™ stores and rimowa.com on October 12, while Japan, Europe, and Asia will receive their allotment on October 25.
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