KALEIDOSCOPE has released a special collector’s pack of its Fall/Winter issue. Notably, the magazine’s 33rd issue featured an insightful Virgil Abloh profile as its cover-story and featured striking photography from Richard Anderson. Abloh also used the magazine’s platform to voice his opinions on architecture, streetwear and his upcoming art exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
“Streetwear is a sentiment. It’s an extension of a way of thinking about the physical world, and it’s a way of making,” reads one standout quote from Abloh’s interview with KALEIDOSCOPE. “It started from skateboarding, graffiti, street culture — but over time, it has risen into a global movement within young people. To me, that can be applied to clothing, but it can also be applied to objects. It can be applied to architecture. It can be applied to art. My position as an artist is to exemplify that philosophy, that cross-disciplinary way of working, within fields that largely aren’t seen as streetwear —- within high fashion, within art.”
The new collector’s edition of KALEIDOSCOPE’s Fall/Winter issue features several items: a copy of the original item, a collaborative KALEIDOSCOPE x Off-White™ T-shirt in green, and a “limited-edition” piece of art that’s billed as a “white flag with the inscription ‘QUESTION EVERYTHING.’”
You can take a look at the new KALEIDOSCOPE collector’s pack above, and head on over to KALEIDOSCOPE to purchase your own package. For those who purchase the item, you will be given access to KALEIDOSCOPE and Virgil Abloh’s forthcoming joint exhibition.